An electrophysiology quesiton
Matthew.Kirkcaldie at removethis.newcastle.edu.au
Thu Feb 12 00:24:49 EST 2004
In article <F9lWb.20378$jH6.13273 at newsread1.news.atl.earthlink.net>,
"k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote:
> > The resistance of the circuit varies according
> > to the frequency of the signal, which emphatically
> > does not happen with a resistor.
> "The resistance of the circuit" ...?
> Are you thinking of "inductive reactance"?
Reactance, yes, but if you're going to be clever about it, how about
"capacitive reactance"? But capacitors are resistors, I forgot. Or are
they inductors now too?
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