Omega, Physics

ohm; Omega; O (after G. Ohm, 1787-1854):

The derived SI unit of electric resistance, described as the resistance among two points on a conductor while a constant potential difference of 1 V generates a current of 1 A in the conductor; thus it has units of V/A.

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