A measure of the ability of a solution to carry electricity; the reciprocal of the electrical resistance. The unit of conductance is the ohm (reciprocal ohm).
refers to the ability of a material to conduct a charge to ground and is usually indicated by an electrical resistance range measured in ohms of a minimum of 2.5 x 104, (25,000 ohms), to a maximum of 1.0 x 106, (1 million ohms)
The ability to allow the flow of an electric charge.
having the quality or power of conducting heat or electricity or sound; exhibiting conductivity
having the ability to conduct or transmit heat electricity. In rubber products, it generally relates to the capability conducting static electricity.
The ability to conduct an electrical current. When this term is used in conjunction with resinous coating or toppings it means that the applied product will have an electrical resistance of less than 1,000,000 ohms (1 Megohm).
Rubber designed to transmit electrical current; conducting static electricity.
Conductive liners are made from conductive plastic that is engineered to adsorb an electrical charge and move it to ground.
Having the quality of power of conducting or transmitting heat, electricity, or static electricity.
Allows electricity to travel through it well. Conductors are conductive.