ionic conductance

ionic conductance

[ī′än·ik kən′dək·təns]
(physical chemistry)
The contribution of a given type of ion to the total equivalent conductance in the limit of infinite dilution.
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Biological neurons are stochastic due to fluctuations within the cell - such as changes in ionic conductance and thermal background - while these artificial neurons are stochastic because the amorphous state of germanium antimony telluride always changes slightly after each reset.
Earlier work, for obtaining diffusion coefficient of an ionic species, was based on the measurement of ionic conductance or ionic mobility [9].
Nevertheless, the characteristic electrical signal of DNA translocation through tubes with high ionic conductance may provide a further refinement in ongoing efforts to apply nanopore technology for rapid DNA sequencing.
Therefore, in an uncured coating resin, ionic conductance dominates the impedance.
i] is the limiting equivalent ionic mobility for each ion obtained from the limiting equivalent ionic conductance ([[lambda].