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comment Scaling components in CircuiTikz
I've tried this before and it works, but I was searching something like the 'scale' command. In the absence of a better solution I take this as the correct answer. For further uses it could be complemented with a '\newcommand'.
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accepted Scaling components in CircuiTikz