Ohm

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Ohm

A Swedish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 150 liters.
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The limitations of this technique include measurement durations of only an hour, high resistance and capacitance of the micropipette and the correspondingly low frequency response, and low probability of success for achieving a gigaohm seal.
The MicroOhm meter function measures a fraction of a m[ohm] and the guarded GigaOhm meter handles resistances up to 10 G[ohm].
Moreover, in a study performed by the author, liquid C[O.sub.2]-extracted fluoro-silicone rubber connector insulators exhibited a 15 fold increase in column-to-column electrical resistance, increasing from 3 gigaohms to 47 gigaohms (ref.