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mi·crohm (mcΩ),

One millionth of an ohm.
Synonym(s): micro-ohm


Etymology: Gk, mikros + ohm, George Ohm
a unit of electrical resistance equal to one millionth (10-6) of an ohm. See also ohm.


(mcΩ) (mī'krōm)
One millionth of an ohm.


A microunit of electrical resistance; one-millionth of an ohm.
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