# Difference between revisions of "Dictionary:Polarization resistance"

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''R'' is the gas constant, ''T'' the absolute temperature, ''n'' the number of molar equivalents, ''F'' the Faraday, and ''J''<sub>''o''</sub> the exchange current density, all in cgs units. The units of polarization resistance are ohm-cm<sup>2</sup>. | ''R'' is the gas constant, ''T'' the absolute temperature, ''n'' the number of molar equivalents, ''F'' the Faraday, and ''J''<sub>''o''</sub> the exchange current density, all in cgs units. The units of polarization resistance are ohm-cm<sup>2</sup>. | ||

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## Latest revision as of 20:32, 19 April 2019

The factor employed in overvoltage theory, relating overvoltage to current density *J*:

*R* is the gas constant, *T* the absolute temperature, *n* the number of molar equivalents, *F* the Faraday, and *J*_{o} the exchange current density, all in cgs units. The units of polarization resistance are ohm-cm^{2}.