Examples of conductivity in a Sentence
measuring the conductivity of different metals
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The full-palm conductivity allowed me to text or snap photos without exposing my hands to snow.
When the tube was stretched ever so slightly, the conductivity of the emulsion changed.
Like the rest of the line, it is produced in the United States and made of five-ply metal: aluminum for conductivity and stainless steel for practicality.
Newer airliners like the Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350 are made with a higher proportion of composite materials like carbon fibers, resulting in a reduced electrical conductivity of the fuselage and wings, says Hansman.
Manufacturers have also developed a workaround by adding more metal wiring into the composite material to ensure good conductivity on the aircraft’s exterior.
This latest research could improve that system by allowing operators to exchange that molten salt for liquid tin, which has a higher thermal conductivity than molten salt and, at 1,673K, could supply more energy to a system with less effort.
Because of graphene’s high conductivity, the screens could be more responsive and use far less power.
Baking steels, however, have a high thermal conductivity.
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First Known Use of conductivity
CONDUCTIVITY Defined for English Language Learners
: the ability to move heat or electricity from one place to another : the power to conduct heat or electricity
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