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conductivity

noun con·duc·tiv·i·ty \ˌkän-ˌdək-ˈti-və-tē, kən-\

: the ability to move heat or electricity from one place to another : the power to conduct heat or electricity

plural con·duc·tiv·i·ties

Full Definition of CONDUCTIVITY

:  the quality or power of conducting or transmitting: as
a :  the reciprocal of electrical resistivity
b :  the quality of living matter responsible for the transmission of and progressive reaction to stimuli
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Examples of CONDUCTIVITY

  1. measuring the conductivity of different metals

First Known Use of CONDUCTIVITY

1837
Medical Dictionary

conductivity

noun con·duc·tiv·i·ty \ˌkän-ˌdək-ˈtiv-ət-ē, kən-\
plural con·duc·tiv·i·ties

Medical Definition of CONDUCTIVITY

:  the quality or power of conducting or transmitting: as a :  the reciprocal of electrical resistivity b :  the quality of living matter responsible for the transmission of and progressive reaction to stimuli

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