Talk:Sheet resistance

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article is not so bad[edit]

the article is not so bad

I agree, I don't know why it is labeled as needing cleanup and reference citing, it looks quite fine and complete to me (talk) 09:59, 13 February 2008 (UTC)

I wouldn't consider it complete but I agree, it is not too bad. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Lindvaln (talkcontribs) 11:03, 29 June 2008 (UTC)

  • the article is pretty OK. of course it can expand much more, there are tonnes of docs about it. but clean what up? rewrite?--Infestor (talk) 09:16, 7 October 2008 (UTC)

ohms per square[edit]

Ohms per square is a core concept: that for a given material, and a given thickness, the resistance from an electrode across one side, to the opposite side, is a constant -- the same for small square and large squares -- an intrinsic property of that material.

The article would be less esoteric and more interesting and practical if it gave the actual ohms per square of common materials, such as standard household aluminum foil.

A one-foot strip of household Al foil about 3/16-in wide measures about one-tenth of an ohm. So the ohms-per-square would be about .001 for this material (because it is 64 squares in series)? - (talk) 17:29, 19 May 2009 (UTC)