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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
  • Influence of Temperature on Electrical Conductivity of Diluted Aqueous Solutions
    As conductivity is temperature dependent, all values reported in the major cycle chemistry guidelines are specified for a standard temperature of 25 °C. For this reason, most current conductivity monitors have an integrated temperature sensor and offer algorithms to convert measured values

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