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I wondered if someone could give me a historical insight on why the
unit of conductance changed from Mho to Siemens ( S) after William Siemens
(1823-83) [ besides the mere fact that it is impolite to distort people's names
- from Ohm to Mho. That seems an unlikely reason ]. Why Siemens, for example.