||The unit of measure for resistance within an electrical circuit. Its symbol is the Greek letter omega.
||An equation — E (Volts) = I (Current) x R (Resistance) — that expresses the relationship between volts, amps and ohms in an electrical circuit with resistance.
||An instrument used to measure resistance in an electrical circuit
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||A circuit that has a broken or interrupted path, preventing current flow
|Open-Circuit Voltage (OCV)
||The no-load voltage of a cell or battery measured with a voltmeter. See also Closed-Circuit Voltage
||The forcing of current through the battery after it is fully charged. Overcharging reduces service life and can damage the battery.