> 'Resistivity' or 'Resistance'?? I am confused by the wording of some of
> your measurements... and since you don't give units I have to assume
> things. Note that 'resistance' is measured in ohms, 'resistivity' is in
> ohm-meters, or occasionally ohms-cm.
Other than a nit...resistivity would be ohms per cubic CM, or cubic meter.
In electronics we used cm^3 but I'd guess in the electricall transmission
area it'd be m^3
Roger Halstead (K8RI and ARRL 40 year Life Member)
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