Electric Conductance Conversion

Conductance is the measure of how easy the electric current flows in an electrical circuit. It's the inverse of electric resistance.

Electric conductance is calculated with this formula:
Conductance = 1 / R (Electric resistance) or Conductance = I (Current) / V (Voltage)

SI unit of electric conductance is siemens (S). It's also called mho (spelled backwards of ohm, resistance unit). Other units are millisiemens, microsiemens, ampere/volt, kilosiemens, megasiemens.

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