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ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY

The property of a fluid or solid that permits the passage of an electrical current. It is measured by
the quantity of electricity transferred across unit area per unit potential gradient per unit time. (In
sampling and analysis, changes in this property are utilized to measure the presence of certain
ions and compounds such as sulfur dioxide.)


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