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Monday Quiz: Low-current measurements

23 Nov 2015  | Martin Rowe

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2. Electrometers can be used to measure current. What is a typical input impedance of an electrometer?

a. 1MΩ

b. 1GΩ

c. 1MΩ

d. 1TΩ

e. 10TΩ

f. 1mΩ

g. 1kΩ

Low-current measurements

3. Low-level noise in electronic components caused by temperature is called:

a. Johnston Noise

b. Johnson Noise

c. Nixon Noise

d. Kennedy Noise

e. Moore's Noise

f. Ohm's Noise

g. None of the above

Low-current measurements

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