Traducción de conductivity en Español:

conductivity

conductividad, n.

Pronunciación /kɒndʌkˈtɪvɪti//ˌkɑnˌdəkˈtɪvədi/

nombre

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    conductividad femenino
    • The final choice of heat-sink materials depends on several material properties such as cost, electrical conductivity, thermal expansion coefficient, and outgassing.
    • A bipolar junction transistor is provided that includes an intrinsic collector region of first conductivity type in a semiconductor substrate.
    • These ions, which include aluminum and silicon dioxide, are chosen for their relative conductivity and form the actual pathways along which current flows.
    • Now they have shown a specific way in which the molecule's shape affects its conductivity.
    • At the same time, the single-channel conductance is proportional to the buffer conductivity in a wide range of salt concentrations.
    • Another significant aspect of this breakthrough is the fact that only one electron from the atom is needed to turn molecular conductivity on or off.
    • These mobile charges should make the surfaces conductive, but past experiments have failed to show any conductivity.
    • So, semiconductors and conducting polymers have much lower conductivity than metals.
    • This cooling results in a measurable change in electrical conductivity of the sensor.
    • The upshot is that the ratio of thermal to electrical conductivity depends primarily on the square of the thermal speed.
    • The percentage of total salts was calculated from conductivity readings using conversions as suggested by Jackson.
    • This calculated conductivity is higher than the measured conductivity since it does not include the inter-conduit resistance.
    • One way to prevent flashover is to add some conductivity to the surface of the insulator, so charge can bleed away before it builds up.
    • These conductive fibers alter their conductivity in response to stretching, temperature, or moisture.
    • Thanks to the high copper content the conductivity of the material is significantly higher than conventional conductive compounds.
    • This value is higher than the activation energy of electrolyte conductivity, but comparable to that of other ion channels.
    • As more salts are dissolved in the water, however, its conductivity increases and currents begin to flow.
    • Measured data may include electrical properties of the volume of interest such as conductivity and dielectric constant.
    • The electrical conductivity of a material is defined as the ratio of the current per unit cross - sectional area to the electric field producing the current.
    • As expected, the relative change of the effective conductivity is larger for higher volume fractions and higher membrane conductivity.