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siemens

 (S) [se´menz]
the SI unit of conductance; it is the conductance of one ampere per volt in a body with one ohm resistance.
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sie·mens (S),

(sē'menz),
The SI unit of electrical conductance; the conductance of a body with an electrical resistance of 1 ohm, allowing 1 ampere of current to flow per volt applied; equal to 1 mho.
Synonym(s): mho
[William Siemens, German-born British engineer, 1823-1883]
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sie·mens

(S) (sē'mĕnz)
The SI unit of electrical conductance; the conductance of a body with an electrical resistance of 1 ohm, allowing 1 ampere of current to flow per volt applied; equal to 1 mho.
Synonym(s): mho.
[William Siemens, German-born British engineer, 1823-1883]
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For Carl Friedrich von Siemens' address to the meeting, see the draft of the "Ansprache von Dr.
See his letter to Carl Friedrich von Siemens of 29 April 1926.
(76) Siemens archive SAA 4/LF 635; Carl Friedrich von Siemens to Albert Vogler, 27 Dec.