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re·ac·tance (X),

(rē-ak'tănts),
The weakening of an alternating electric current by passage through a coil of wire or a condenser.
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re·ac·tance

(X) (rē-ak'tăns)
1. The weakening of an alternating electric current by passage through a coil of wire or a condenser.
2. In psychology, emotional response to pressure in which someone acts against rules and regulations that restrict particular behaviors.
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Active and inductive resistance of trolley lines for the harmonics of the n-th order:
Elements of the blocks of the Jacobi matrix are differential inductive resistances of the motor circuits which are determined by calculating the equivalent circuit of the magnetic circuit of the SM in accordance with the accepted model [10].

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