Electrical Conductivity

The capacity of a material to conduct electric current.

A measure of how easily an electric current can pass through a material. The conductivity is the reciprocal of the resistance.

The SI unit of conductance is the siemens.

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See also: Conductivity, Electrical Insulation, Resistivity, Siemens.

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Subjects: Electronics Physics