total conductivity

total conductivity

[′tōd·əl ‚kän·dək′tiv·əd·ē]
(geophysics)
In atmospheric electricity, the sum of the electrical conductivities of the positive and negative ions found in a given portion of the atmosphere.
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Just liking the total conductivity, the relationships between temperature and both ionic conductivity and electronic conductivity follow the Arrhenius law.
In addition, the temperature dependences of ionic, electronic and total conductivity for different compositions obey the Arrhenius law.
The frequency depended of the measured total conductivity [sigma.
12 shows total conductivity of pure and protonation PANI by HCl at 2V it's clear from this figure that the conductivity of protonation PANI by HCl is higher than that of pure
All additive types impart a significant fraction of the total conductivity of ATF A.
Each ion makes a contribution to the total conductivity of the aqueous solution.
This often yields a large experimental error during the separation of direct current conductivity from total conductivity.
The contribution of radiation to the total conductivity is seen for the "dense fused silica.
Total conductivity was then measured using 10 mM HCl gravity-fed from a hospital IV bag; pressure of HCl at the top end of the twig was at 0.
This equation reveals that, as the frequency increases the contribution of the second part due to polarization towards total conductivity increases.
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