Electrical Conductivity of Water Definition

Electrical Conductivity of Water Definition

By definition, electrical conductance is a reciprocal of the resistance and is a measure of the current carried between two electrodes separated by one centimeter and having a cross sectional area of one square centimeter. The specific conductivity is usually expressed as mhos per square centimeter (mhos/cm2) at 25° C.

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