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topic 8486

Constantan Resistivity


(2001)

Could you please tell me the resistivity of constantan?

John L [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]

- Notting Hill, London, England


(2001)

Constantan's electrical resistivity is 300 Ohms/Circular Mil-Foot, compared to 10.7 Ohms/CMF for 99.99% copper

Joe Rosol
Orbital Sciences Corp. - Greenbelt, Maryland, USA


(2002)

In English please in OhmMetres would be nice! Thanks :-)

Graham M [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- England


(2002)

Try goodfellow on the internet. It gives all the figures (inc. resistivity) for various materials inc. constantan.

J S. [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- London, Britain


(2004)

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Graham B [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
Physics - Maidenhead, Berks, UK

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Ed. note: It appears that Graham was using a scientific keyboard and special text encoding that did not survive the trip across the world wide web.


(2004)

The resistivity of constantan is 4.9*10^-7

Mohammed A [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
Student - England


(2004)

4.9 x 10^-7

Paul [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Chicago, Illinois, USA


(2007)

52*10^-8 Ohm meters
I also saw the 49*10^-8 but this said it was "constantan (eureka)"

Nathan J [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Kent, England, UK

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Ed. note: Your number differs by 6 percent, Nathan, so it's not a terrible correlation.


December 2, 2010

Found experimentally constantan resistivity to be 4.9*10^(-7) so it is correct!

bob r [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Paris France

May 3, 2012

Q. Hi
what is the resistivity of constantan with this alloy:
cu base,59.5103
Zn 0.0014
Pb 0.0022
Sn 0.0047
P 0.0099
Mn 0.843
Fe 0.517
Ni 38.97
Si 0.0292
Mg 0.0182
Cr 0.0052
Co 0.0422
S 0.0082
B 0.0064
C 0.0257
Nb 0.0035
Ri 0.0029
and diameter :1.2 mm

Mohammad Ali Momenzad
- Tehran, Iran

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