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The ability of a material to conduct electricity. It is the inverse of resistivity and is measured in siemens per meter (S/m) or mho/m. The conductivity is a property of the material, whereas the cond [..]
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The rate at which heat (energy) is transmitted through a material.
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The ability of a substance to act as a conductor of electricity.
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A unit measure of electrical conduction; the facility with which a substance conducts electricity, as represented by the current density per unit electrical-potential gradient in the direction of flow [..]
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The scale, described as electrical conductivity (EC) or conductivity factor (CF), that is used to measure the strength of nutrient solution. Visit our selection of solution testing equipment.
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A measure of the ability of a body to conduct heat.
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Conductivity is the ability of material to transmit or convey heat or electricity.
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noun. 1. the capacity of a compound to convey energy like skin, thermal, or electrical conduction. 2. the capacity of a tissue to transmit impulses and react to stimulants.
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The reciprocal of resistivity as Siemens per meter or more usually as picosiemens per meter, where 1 picosiemen (pS) = 1x1012 Siemen.
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  The measured ability of a conductor to carry electricity. 
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the measurement of the level of dissolved solids in water, using the ability of an electric current to pass through water. Because it is affected by temperature, conductivity is measured at 25°C for [..]
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A property of fountain solutions that must be controlled along with pH.
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The quantity of heat that flows through a material measured in heat units per unit time per unit of cross-sectioned area per unit of length, (electrical) the quantity of electricity that is transferre [..]
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A measure of the dissolved mineral content in a solution. Achieved by measuring how well electricity is conducted through the solution. The mineral content is the conducting media for the electricity.
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Degree to which a substance transmits (conducts) a given physical property, such as heat or electricity. See electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity.
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(physics) The ability of a material to conduct electricity, heat or sound. The reciprocal of resistivity.
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Physical property of a food material that determines its ability to conduct electricity and is expressed in Siemens per cm (S/cm). In ohmic heating, it enables heating to occur.
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Physical property of a food material which determines its ability to conduct heat. Expressed in Watts/meter oC.
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(n) the transmission of heat or electricity or sound
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a measure of a substance's ability to conduct heat or transmit electrical current. This conduction of energy is proportional to the total ion content of the water at a given temperature. Since co [..]
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 - The capability of a conductor to carry electricity, usually expressed as a percent of the conductivity of a same sized conductor of soft copper
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The rate at which heat is transmitted through a material.
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A term describing the capability of any material to carry an electrical charge, typically expressed in terms of the percentage of conductivity of copper, which has 100% conductivity.
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(1) a material property relating heat flux (heat transferred per unit area per unit time) to a temperature difference. In American units, it is typically defined as the amount of heat (btu) transmitted in one hour through one square foot of material 1 inch thick, with a temperature difference of 1°f between the two surfaces of the material. (2) Th [..]
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The relative ability of a material to conduct electricity.
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A measure of the dissolved solids content of boiler water.
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ability of a material to carry current or heat.
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The capability of a material to carry electrical current, usually expressed as a percentage of copper conductivity (copper being 100%).
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A measure of the ability of a solution to carry an electrical current.
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A measure of the ability of a solution to carry an electrical current.
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The ability of an aqueous (watery) solution to carry an electric current.
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The ability of a substrate to allow the passage of Electrons.
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The Heat flow across a surface per unit area per unit Time, divided by the negative of the rate of change of Temperature with distance in a direction perpendicular to the surface. (From McGraw-Hill Di [..]
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Conductivity is the ability of materials to transport energy, other materials or particles. Several forms of conductivity exist in various areas of physics. Thermal conductivity () plays an important [..]
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The ability of a mineral to transmit heat, electricity, or sound.
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A measure of the ability of a solution (water) to carry an electric current.
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The ability of the water to conduct an electric current (ion content).
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The quality of power to carry an electrical current in water. The conductivity id related to the concentration of ions capable of carrying an electrical current.
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The ability to conduct electricity.
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The power of conducting heat, electricity or sound. Thermal conductivity is the power to conduct heat; electrical conductivity is the power to conduct electricity. Silver, for example is an excellent thermal and electrical conductor. It transmits both heat and electricity very well.
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The ability to transmit, as electricity, heat, sound, etc. Conductivity is the opposite of RESISTIVITY.
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the amount of dissolved solids in the water. It is used to give an indication of the amount of inorganic materials in the water, including calcium, bicarbonate, nitrogen, phosphorus, iron, sulphur and others.
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Conductivity is the ability of a substance to conduct heat or electricity.
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The scale, described as electrical conductivity (EC) or conductivity factor (CF), that is used to measure the strength of nutrient solution. Visit our selection of solution testing equipment.
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A measure of the ability of waters to conduct electricity. It increases as the amount of dissolved minerals (ions) increases.
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The permeability of the pack times its width. Expressed in md-ft.
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The quality or power of a medium to transmit electrical charges , in water , the conductivity is related to the concentration of ions capable of holding electrical charges.
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A coefficient of proportionality describing the rate at which a fluid (e.g., water or gas) can move through a permeable medium. Conductivity is a function of both the intrinsic permeability of the por [..]
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The ease with which a substance transmits electricity. The ability of a material to conduct electric current.
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The ability of a liquid to conduct an electrical current and indicating the presence of cat ions and anions. Conductivity is usually expressed in Micromos per cm.
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The time rate of heat flow through unit thickness of an infinite slab of homogeneous material in a direction perpendicular to the surface, induced by unit temperature difference. (W/m · K)
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The time rate of heat flow through unit area and unit thickness of a homogeneous material under steady conditions when a unit temperature gradient is maintained in the direction perpendicular to area. [..]
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Electrical conductivity is the reciprocal of electrical resistivity.
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