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A device having resistance to the passage of an electric current.
- ‘In those days computers consisted mainly of transistors, resistors, diodes, capacitors and miles of wiring.’
- ‘Without such a surface finish, the electronic components like transistors, resistors, capacitors and chips could not be fixed and electrically connected to the circuit.’
- ‘The component preforms may include resistors, capacitors, and inductors.’
- ‘Usually this circuit consist of only resistors and capacitors.’
- ‘Switching frequency can be set externally (using a resistor and capacitor) from 100 to 600kHz.’
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