> leaving a very thick layer of vaseline. I don't know, because I never came
> across it as an issue, but I'd guess that resistance of a sheet
> is measured
> per square, resistance of a barrier layer would be per cube and
> so would be
> related to the thickness of the layer.
The resistance will be inversely proportional to the area of
contact and directly proportional to the barrier thickness:
R = rT/A
where R is resistance, r is resistivity of material, T is
thickness and A is area.
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