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Coaxial cable?

Hi,

I am doing an experiment with a coaxial cable and i want to Count out it expected RC-constant for the cable.

I have measured the resistance for the cable, but when i count the RC, the resistansen that will be used only is the half of it resistans measured in the beginning.

Why should i use the half resistance?

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I think it has something to do with the electrons, or?
 

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Isn´t there anyone who can explain this???
 
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