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  • noun Alternative form of kiloohm.


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  • Their set-up managed to harvest some 60 microwatts of power, which was enough to create 0.7 volts across an 8 kilo-ohm load: essentially just about enough juice to drive the little weather station and its LCD screen.

    Fast Company 2009

  • Step height is given by the physical constant h/e2 (value approximately 25 kilo-ohm

    Press Release: The 1998 Nobel Prize in Physics 1998


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