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susceptance

[ suh-sep-tuhns ]
/ səˈsɛp təns /
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noun Electricity.
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
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Origin of susceptance

First recorded in 1905–10; suscept(ibility) + -ance

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British Dictionary definitions for susceptance

susceptance
/ (səˈsɛptəns) /

noun
physics the imaginary component of the admittance

Word Origin for susceptance

C19: from suscept (ibility) + -ance
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