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In this scheme, no decimal points are used and a value in ohms is indicated by R, kilohms by K (not k), and megohms by M. The letter R, K or M is used in place of the decimal point, with a zero in the leading position if the value is less than 1 ohm. This scheme avoids two sources of confusion: 1. the appearance of a dot due to a dirty photocopy being taken as a decimal point. 2. the continental practice of using commas and points in the opposite sense to UK practice. 5 ohms. 1 black brown red orange yellow green blue violet grey white silver used as multiplier colours gold Tolerance: 10% 5% 2% 1% silver gold red brown No tolerance band is used if the resistor has 20% tolerance.

14 Some thermistor shapes: (a) rod, (b) glass bead, (c) bead. 15 Thermistor bridge for temperature measurement. (a) Thermistor typical characteristics, (b) thermistor bridge for temperature measurement. Note the symbol for a thermistor. 16 Graph of resistance ratio plotted against temperature for a typical thermistor. • Temperatures are in the Kelvin scale, equal to ◦ C + 273. The expression exp (x) is an alternative method of writing ex which is better suited for printed equations, and is also used in calculators.

02 µF. 1 mm apart by a material with relative permittivity 8. 1 Construction Like resistors, capacitors can be obtained in the older wire-connected style, or, more commonly now, as SMD components. Small-value capacitors can be made using thin plates of insulating material (a dielectric) metallized on each side to form the conductors. 2c), to form larger capacitance values up to 1000 pF or more. Silvered mica (also called silver mica) types were formerly used where high stability of value is important, as in oscillators, but are now quite rare, having been replaced by porcelain types or for some purposes by the C0G/NP0 (see later) types.

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