electrical conductance


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electrical conductance

[ə′lek·trə·kəl kən′dək·təns]
(electricity)
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With the higher level of electrical conductance, application of high purity aluminium has intensified in recent years and can be now found in every displays, memory chips, memory drives of smartphones, computers, tablets and LED screens of other devices.
3 the following notation is used: [DELTA][G.sub.c] is the electrical conductance of the equivalent short-circuited circuit in the eddy current path that arises in the area with the number j divided into n equal parts of the core of length [l.sub.c], [G.sub.a(v)] is the electrical conductance of the equivalent short-circuited circuit in the eddy current path generated in the armature, [[PHI].sub.j] is the magnetic flux through the area of the core with the number j.
The properties that NMs provide include enhanced strength, an ability to reflect light or to react with other chemicals, and efficient electrical conductance. The value of NM is now very widely recognised and many companies are starting to use them in common consumer products, such as sunscreens and cosmetics, plus industry products, such as fabrics and building materials.
The actual numbers reported can be measured values using electrical conductance tests, or can be calculated values based on product components.
"What we've done here is to use our recognition tunneling to measure the electrical conductance of intact proteins.
During the sensing time period, there are two distinct phases of the sensor's electrical conductance behavior: a "deadband" phase when the sensor's conductance does not noticeably change even though the sensor surface is collecting soot, and an "active" phase when the sensor's conductance increases noticeably in response to increasing soot loading.
For now, the researchers' model is purely theoretical, and would need to be experimentally tested to see if this superballistic electron flow can be used to drastically improve electrical conductance.
This is why it is essential to use an electrical conductance meter to locate active points and measure accordingly.
A The inclusion of twelve stars B The year of issue C The word 'euro' D The engraver's initials QUESTION 14 - for 14 points: Which unit measures electrical conductance? A Ohm B Watt C Siemens D Farad QUESTION 15 - for 15 points: Which British composer wrote the Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis?
Diatomite is highly porous material with low density, low noise, heat and electrical conductance, high melting point around 1400-1600 C and resistance against chemicals.
The RABIT measures changes in a culture medium's electrical conductance that occur when charged metabolites are produced by bacteria.
Elasticity and current-carrying prowess don't usually go together: Conventional wires have little give, while adjustable libers tend to lose electrical conductance as they stretch.

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