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(&#x014D;m) A unit of electrical resistance or impedance. The potential drop across one ohm is one volt per ampere of current. Named for Georg Simon Ohm (1787&#x2013;1854), the German physicist.
 
(&#x014D;m) A unit of electrical resistance or impedance. The potential drop across one ohm is one volt per ampere of current. Named for Georg Simon Ohm (1787&#x2013;1854), the German physicist.
 
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(ōm) A unit of electrical resistance or impedance. The potential drop across one ohm is one volt per ampere of current. Named for Georg Simon Ohm (1787–1854), the German physicist.