How many siemens in 1 hectomho?
The answer is 100.
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The SI derived unit for electric conductance is the siemens.
1 siemens is equal to 0.01 hectomho.
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1 siemens to hectomho = 0.01 hectomho
10 siemens to hectomho = 0.1 hectomho
50 siemens to hectomho = 0.5 hectomho
100 siemens to hectomho = 1 hectomho
200 siemens to hectomho = 2 hectomho
500 siemens to hectomho = 5 hectomho
1000 siemens to hectomho = 10 hectomho
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The siemens is the SI derived unit of electric conductance. It is equal to inverse ohm. It is named after the German inventor and industrialist Ernst Werner von Siemens, and was previously called the mho. In English, the term siemens is used both for the singular and plural. The 14th General Conference on Weights and Measures approved the addition of the siemens as an SI derived unit in 1971.
The SI prefix "hecto" represents a factor of 102, or in exponential notation, 1E2.
So 1 hectomho = 102 mhos.
The definition of a mho is as follows:
The SI derived unit of electric conductance is the siemens, which was previously referred to by the term mho. That term came from spelling ohm backwards and was written with an upside-down capital Greek letter Omega. The term siemens, as it is an SI unit, is used universally in science and primarily in electrical applications, while mho is still used primarily in electronic applications.
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