Admittance

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  • (electronics) The ability of a circuit to conduct alternating current. Admittance is generally referred to as the reciprocal of impedance.
  • (geology)
  1. In a crystal structure, substitution of a trace element for a major element of higher valence; e.g., Li+ for Mg2+ . Admitted trace elements generally have a lower concentration relative to the major element in the mineral than in the fluid from which the mineral crystallized. CF: capture; camouflage. Syn: admission
  2. The reciprocal of impedance or the ratio of complex current to voltage in a linear circuit. AGI
    Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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