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resistor in Electricity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresistorre‧sis‧tor /rɪˈzɪstə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  HPETEEa piece of wire or other material used for increasing electrical resistance
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resistorRescalc 2.0 resistor calculator has been much improved since its original release.Gates IC1c and IC1d make up the monostable along with timing capacitor C1 and resistor R2.Do pure resistors to change exist?But for every pure resistor one or more peo-ple are always ready to champion change from the outset.But in any seri-ous change effort, it usually takes no more than several months for pure resistors to show their stripes.From time to time, pure resistors blocked progress and the change leaders used whatever flexibility they had to remove them.Rescalc will respond with standard resistor values, listed by accuracy or ascending value, for series or parallel combinations.This resistor absorbs the network signals and stops them bouncing back down the wire.