Conversion of ohms to Henrys

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    THANX
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    Is it possible to convert apples to oranges?

    Ohms are a measure of resistance to electric current. If using direct current this is as simple as it gets.

    If using AC current then there can be an effect of resistance and inductance (Henrys).
    The result is expressed as an impedance and is NOT just a sum of the two values.

    The reactance of an inductor is 2*pi*F*L
    so to go from 57mohm to inductance (Henries) you will need frequency.
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    Will D

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    Hi,
    You are right Duke . Ohms is SI unit of Resistance and Henery is SI unit of Inductance.
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