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noun as in transmission

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When this current reaches the second electrode, it changes the electrode’s conductance—that is, how well it can pass on electrical information.

On the first try, however, the team found that the burst of chemical signaling was able to change the artificial neuron’s conductance long-term, similar to the neuroscience dogma “neurons that fire together, wire together.”

Theoretically, it made sense that dopamine would change the artificial neuron’s conductance, similar to learning.

The cup itself is generally filled with a thin oil of good conductance.

Ratios of measured to predicted values were used for basal metabolism (Hbr) and minimum wet thermal conductance (Cmwr).

Minimum thermal conductance occurs when total heat transfer through these layers is reduced to its lowest possible rate.

This seasonal shift in Tlc occurred as the result of a seasonal change in minimum thermal conductance (Table 3).

This rule may be understood better if we consider the conductance of the conductors in parallel.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conductance, such as: broadcast, communication, delivery, gearbox, conduction, and dispatch.

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