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  • Conductivity Temperature Correction (.pdf)
    Temperature correction procedure for Denver Instrument conductivity meters.
  • What is Conductivity? (.pdf)
    Conductivity is defined as the ability of a substance to conduct electric current. It is the reciprocal of the more commonly known measurement, resistivity. The presence of electrolytes determines the ease with which a solution can carry a current. All substances possess conductivity to some degree
  • Why Measure Conductivity?
    +) and a negative chlorine ion (Cl-) in solution with water. The presence of these ions allows the solution to conduct electricity - the higher the concentration of ions, the greater the conductivity. Thus, a measurement of the solution a s conductivity gives a reliable clue to the concentration
  • Conductivity Level Switches
    Conductivity switches are solid-state devices that detect the presence or absence of electrically conductive liquids. They do so by sending a small current through their probe tip. Current flowing between the sensor and some reference (often the metal tank holding the liquid) is compared inside
  • CNTs have high electrical conductivity
    There has been considerable practical interest in the conductivity of CNTs. CNTs with particular combinations of N and M (structural parameters indicating how much the nanotube is twisted) can be highly conducting, and hence can be said to be metallic. Read more
  • Improved Conductivity Analysis in Desalination Process
    Conductivity measurements are widely used in a. variety of industries and applications, including leak detection, clean-in-place, water treatment, interface detection, and notably, in desalination. As the need for fresh water escalates worldwide, the demand for desalination plants continues
  • Conductivity vs. NDIR Interferences Chart (.pdf)
    Conductivity vs.NDIR Interferences Chart
  • Conductivity Measurement: Critical for Clean-In-Place Systems
    There are two main types of sanitary conductivity sensors contacting and inductive. Contacting sensors bring the measurement electrodes into contact with the solution to be measured. This can be a problem if the solution can foul or corrode the electrodes. Inductive sensors are non-contacting

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