conductivity

[ kon-duhk-tiv-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF conductivity
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This to some extent impairs the conductivity of the circuit.

Great divergence is shown in the results of experiments in the conductivity of wood.

In testing some materials for conductivity the leaves are found to diverge gradually.

In general, the lower the temperature the greater the conductivity.

The tonic condition of a tissue has an influence on conductivity.

Hence we may conclude that the conductivity of any salt is an ionic property.

These are the proportions that give the maximum of conductivity.

In continuing to increase the temperature of the fluid selenium very gradually but steadily, its conductivity increased again.

Lines whose lengths are limited to a few miles do not require a conductivity as great as that of copper wire of .08-inch diameter.

The conductivity of a wire depends upon its material, its cross-section, its length, and its temperature.

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