Unit n℧
Name nanomho
Category Electrical Conductance
Details The nanomho (n℧) is a unit of electrical conductance, specifically denoted as one billionth (10^-9) of a mho (℧), which is the reciprocal of the ohm (Ω) unit used for electrical resistance. The mho is an older unit, and in modern usage, it is typically replaced by the term siemens (S). Nanomho is then equivalent to one billionth of a siemens (1 nS).

In the field of electrical conductance, nanomho is used to represent very small conductance values for certain electrical components, such as small transistors, sophisticated integrated circuits, and nanoscale electronics. It helps to describe the ability of these electronic materials or components to conduct electric current. A higher nanomho value indicates a better ability of a material or component to conduct electric current or allow the flow of charges, while a lower value suggests higher electrical resistance.