# Conductance is reciprocal of?

Conductance is reciprocal of?

Conductance is reciprocal of resistance.

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Last Answer : (C) Thermal conductance of a wall of thickness 'L', thermal conductivity 'k' and heat flow area 'A' is kL/A

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Last Answer : Electrolyte conductance can be measured by putting anode and cathode on it and measured the external voltage. Then compared the same with some standard known electrolyte solution. Also, specific ... charge discharge method. So by calculating with inbuilt software we can easily get the conductance.

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Last Answer : (2) Electrical conductance Explanation: The Siemens is the unit of electric conductance, electric susceptance and electric admittance in the International System of Units (SI).

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Last Answer : A. 2.76x10-9 S/m

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Last Answer : Ans. 1 M NaCl at 323 K as the ionic mobilities increase with increase in temperature.

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Last Answer : (B) ∝ 1/t

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Last Answer : (A) Cumulatively increases

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Last Answer : Conductance is the property of the conductor, which allows the flow of electric current through it. Conductance is denoted by the letter G and is reciprocal of resistance. The unit of conductance is mho. A substance, which posses conductance as its major property can be called as a good conductor.

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Last Answer : increased strength of cardiac contraction

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Last Answer : all of them

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Last Answer : c) Zero resistance

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Last Answer : (a) surge impedance of the line

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Last Answer : They are reciprocals of each other.

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Last Answer : NThe mho (v), siemens

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Last Answer : a. very good conductor

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Last Answer : (a) surge impedance of the line

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