Series Resistance

Some articles on resistance, series resistance, series:

Variations of The Voltage Clamp Technique - Single-electrode Voltage Clamp - Continuous Single-electrode Clamp (SEV-c)
... seal with the electrode (a "gigaohm seal", as the resistance is more than a gigaohm) ... are imperfect conductors they generally have a resistance of more than a million ohms ... change their resistance with voltage, often in an irregular manner), they sometimes have unstable resistance if clogged by cell contents ...
Negative Impedance Converter - Application
... a real generator and is its internal resistance ... If an INIC is placed in parallel to that internal resistance, and the INIC has the same magnitude but inverted resistance value, there will be and in parallel ... Hence, the equivalent resistance is That is, the combination of the real generator and the INIC will now behave like a composed ideal current source its output current will be the same for any load ...
Equivalent Series Resistance
... they can be treated to a very good approximation as ideal capacitors and inductors in series with a resistance this resistance is defined to be the ...
Crystal Oscillator - Stability and Aging
... Crystals tend to suffer anomalies in their frequency/temperature and resistance/temperature characteristics, known as activity dips ... These are small downward (in frequency) or upward (in resistance) excursions localized at certain temperatures, with their temperature position ... Placing a capacitor in series with the crystal and a several-megohm resistor in parallel can minimize such voltages ...

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