Conductivity Units
The electric conductivity units in the conductivity converter are abmho/centimeter, abmho/meter, mho/centimeter, mho/meter, picosiemens/meter, siemens/centimeter, siemens/meter, statmho/centimeter, statmho/meter.
The most commonly used unit for electric conductivity, which measures a material's ability to conduct an electric current, is:
Siemens per meter (S/m): This is the standard unit for electric conductivity in the International System of Units (SI). One siemens per meter represents the conductivity of a material where one ampere of current can flow through a one-meter-long and one-square-meter cross-sectional area.
These units are used to quantify how well a material can conduct electric current. The siemens per meter is the standard unit for electric conductivity in scientific and engineering contexts.
What is Conductivity?
The electric conductivity (specific conductance) is the measure of a material's ability to conduct the electric current. It's the inverse of electric resistivity.
The electric conductivity calculation formula: Conductivity = 1 / Electrical Resistivity
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