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susceptance

[suh-sep-tuh ns] /səˈsɛp təns/
noun, Electricity.
1.
the imaginary component of admittance, equal to the quotient of the negative of the reactance divided by the sum of the squares of the reactance and resistance. Symbol: B.
Origin of susceptance
1905-1910
First recorded in 1905-10; suscept(ibility) + -ance
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susceptance

/səˈsɛptəns/
noun
1.
(physics) the imaginary component of the admittance
Word Origin
C19: from suscept(ibility) + -ance
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