electrical conductance


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electrical conductance

[ə′lek·trə·kəl kən′dək·təns]
(electricity)
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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.
Solving scalability issues and wide scale application potential along with characteristics such as mechanical integrity and electrical conductance also help the material gain competitive advantage.
As the concentrations increases higher current flow is required to initiate electrical conductance on soil.
Changes in the electrical conductance of the sensors upon contact are caused by the clusters of transistors that are extremely sensitive to chemicals.
The evolution of caries detection has taken us from visual and tactile inspection to the use of fiber optic transillumination, electrical conductance and laser fluorescence devices to assist in diagnosis.
Based on the obtained results, the polymer films synthesized within the solvent phase exhibit higher electrical conductance and consequently allow creation of more sensitive and high-resolution gas detecting sensor devices.
The variation in electrical conductance in the ground water is based on sedimentary structure and composition of rock.
Increased activity in cholinergic sympathetic fibers stimulates sweat glands and leads to an increased skin electrical conductance (3).
London, Feb 21 (ANI): An Arizona State University researcher has demonstrated a smart way of controlling electrical conductance of a single molecule, by exploiting its mechanical properties.
The three-part system comprises a roller for crushing wheat samples, a voltage source that sends an electric charge through the sample, and a computer software program that measures each kernel's electrical conductance.

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