conductivity

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  • Its low conductivity keeps warm air close to the skin during cold weather.
  • Because the space occupied by high conductivity materials together with the cost are the two elements of major concern.
  • All the above-mentioned devices are based on p-type conductivity.
  • One clear advantage is that the electrical conductivity is different between different kinds of cells.
  • High conductivity in a material comes from it having many partially filled states and much state delocalization.
  • This is because the coarser material allows for much greater conductivity of heat down into the soil.
  • The team had sought simply to measure the less extreme electrical conductivity changes which were expected to occur.
  • Silver, a very good metal with high conductivity is one of the whitest.
  • The frames can also be significant especially if they are made from a high thermal conductivity material such as metal.
  • However to avoid losses, the conductivity of the tube material must be high.
  • The earth conductivity at the site of the Russian transmitter is even lower.
  • Some electrical and electronic products use silver for its superior conductivity, even when tarnished.
  • The good electrical conductivity of plasmas makes their electric fields very small.
  • Other test equipment is used to determine such properties as acidity and conductivity.
  • In this state it has a very good electrical conductivity.
  • In general, the ideal buffer should have good conductivity, produce less heat and have a long life.
  • After this point conductivity increases only slightly with increasing pressure and density.
  • Becasuse the space occupied by high conductivity materials together with the cost are the two elements of major concern.
  • Thus, if the electrical conductivity is low, the mean free path of the electrons is very short.
  • As with a previous method, the effects on the electrical conductivity have to be considered.
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