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**Reciprocal Ohm Per Meter**

**Reciprocal Ohm Per Meter (rom)**is a unit in the category of

*Electric conductivity*. It is also known as reciprocal ohm per metre. Reciprocal Ohm Per Meter (rom) has a dimension of M

^{-1}L

^{-3}T

^{3}I

^{2}where M is mass, L is length, T is time, and I is electric current. It essentially the same as the corresponding standard SI unit S/m.

Other units in the category of Electric conductivity include Microsiemens Per Centimeter (µS/cm), Microsiemens Per Foot (µS/ft), Microsiemens Per Inch (µS/in), Microsiemens Per Meter (µS/m), Reciprocal Ohm Per Centimeter (roc), Siemens Per Centimeter (S/cm), Siemens Per Foot (S/ft), Siemens Per Inch (S/in), and Siemens Per Meter (S/m).

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