# what is the reciprocal of conductivity?

Reciprocal of conductivity is resistivity.

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Description : What is the reciprocal of capacitance?

Answer : The reciprocal of capacitance is called elastance, and its unit is the reciprocal farad, also called the daraf.

Description : What is the reciprocal of inductance?

Answer : This term is not exist

Description : What is the reciprocal of resistivity?

Description : what is the reciprocal of admittance?

Description : what is the reciprocal of reactance?

Answer : reciprocal of reactance is susceptance.

Description : what is the reciprocal of resistance ?

Answer : reciprocal of resistance is conductance.

Description : What is the SI unit of conductivity ?

Answer : The SI unit of conductivity Siemens/m.

Description : For a two -port reciprocal network, the three transmission parameters are A = 4, B = 7 and C = 5. What is the value of D ?  (a) 9.5 (b) 9.0 (c) 8.5 (d) 8.0

Answer : For a two -port reciprocal network, the three transmission parameters are A = 4, B = 7 and C = 5. What is the value of D ?  (a) 9.5 (b) 9.0 (c) 8.5 (d) 8.0

Description : Admittance is reciprocal of  (a) susceptance (b) impedance (c) reactance (d) conductance

Description : For a two port network to be reciprocal:  (A) Z11= Z22 (B) Y21 = Y21 (C) h21 = h22 (D) AD-BC = 0

Description : The reciprocal of resistance is called  (A) Impedance (B) Conductance (C) Inductance (D) Susceptance

Description : Reciprocal of reluctance is?

Answer : Reciprocal of reluctance is permeance.

Description : State under what situations differential leveling and reciprocal leveling is adopted.

Answer : 1. Differential leveling is adopted when i. The points are at a great distance apart. ii. The difference of elevation between the points is large. iii. There is obstacle between the points. ... or valley as it is not possible to place the level midway between two points on opposite banks.

Description : Describe the effects of temperature on conductivity of metals.

Answer : For metallic conductors, the resistance of all pure materials increases linearly with temperature over a limited range of temperature hence conductivity decreases. For metallic conductors, ... vibrating ions collide with the moving electrons. Hence resistance increases with increasing temperature.

Description : Describe super conductivity. State its applications.

Answer : Superconductivity is a phenomenon of exactly zero electrical resistance.  Superconductivity is a quantum mechanical phenomenon. It is characterized by the Meissner effect  The electrical ... nano wire single-photon detector Railgun and Coilgun magnets Electric motors and generators

Description : Conductivity formula

Description : Which of the following has the lowest electrical conductivity? A) Mercury B) Silver C) Copper D) Gold

Answer : Which of the following has the lowest electrical conductivity? A) Mercury B) Silver C) Copper D) Gold

Description : Consider the following statements :  1. Superconductors exhibit normal conductivity behaviour above a transition temperature Tc.  2. Superconductors lose their superconducting nature in an external magnetic field, provided the external magnetic ... b) 1 and 3 only (c) 2 and 3 only (d) 1, 2 and 3

Answer : Consider the following statements :  1. Superconductors exhibit normal conductivity behaviour above a transition temperature Tc.  2. Superconductors lose their superconducting nature in an external magnetic field, provided the external ... (b) 1 and 3 only (c) 2 and 3 only (d) 1, 2 and 3

Description : The electrical conductivity of a semiconductor increases with increase in temperature because (a) the carrier concentration increases (b) the mobility of carrier increases (c) both carrier concentration and mobility increase (d) the band gap decreases

Answer : The electrical conductivity of a semiconductor increases with increase in temperature because the carrier concentration increases

Description : Materials having electrical conductivity much less than most of the metals but much greater than that of typical insulators, are known as A. Thermistors B. Varistors C. Semi-conductors D. Variable resistors.

Answer : Materials having electrical conductivity much less than most of the metals but much greater than that of typical insulators, are known as Semi-conductors.

Description : Conductivity is analogous to?

Answer : Conductivity is analogous to permeability.

Description : 1. What is abiotic component of ecosystem? 2. What is the intermediate tier of the Panchayati Raj System called? 3. What is not the cause of low conductivity of electrolyte? 4. What is the ... is the largest volcano crater in the world? 20. Which is similar to the Taj Mahal in construction?

Answer : Answer : 1. Water 2. Panchayat Samiti 3. Ionisation of salt 4. Absolute humidity 5. Sheelabhadra 6. Malaysia 7. A air to air missile 8. Mechanical support 9. The areas of high latitudes 10. Firoz ... Aibak 16. Geneva 17. Lactic acid 18. Jawaharlal Nehru 19. Toba (Indonesia) 20. Humayun's tomb

Description : State the purposes of following methods of leveling. i)Profile leveling, ii)Fly leveling, iii)Check leveling iv)Reciprocal leveling

Answer : 1. Profile leveling- To determine the undulation of ground surface along given line for alignment of road, canal or pipe, railway line 2. Fly leveling-It is used to for connecting B.M. to ... is used to find the difference in leveling between two points two point obstructed due to river or pond.

Description : Explain reciprocal ranging with neat sketch.

Answer : Reciprocal ranging is done when ends of survey line are not intervisible due to hill intervening or ends of survey line are at far distance apart. Step wise procedure reciprocal ranging: 1. Let A and B be ... chained. 8. This method can also be used in ranging a line across a valley.

Description : Explain with neat sketch the procedure of reciprocal ranging.

Answer : Reciprocal ranging / Indirect ranging Procedure: Let A and B be two survey stations. They are not mutually visible due to high ground between them. Let two assistant stands at M1 and N1 as ... and N1 which are nearer to line AB. Repeat same process until points M and N are established.

Description : Explain reciprocal levelling with neat sketch.

Answer : Reciprocal levelling is adopted i) To find the difference in level accurately Between the two points considerably apart. ii) When it is not possible to set up the level in between the two points ... true difference is equal to the mean of the two apparent differences of level between A and B

Description : Successful Communication in classroom teaching is (A) Circular (B) Reciprocal (C) Directional (D) Influential

Description : The sum of a positive number and its reciprocal is twice the difference of the number and its reciprocal. The number is : (A) √2 (B) 1/√2 (C) √3 (D) 1/√3

Description : Which one of the following is correct, when a class grants friend status to another class? (A) The member functions of the class generating friendship can access the members of the friend class. (B) ... the friendship. (C) Class friendship is reciprocal to each other (D) There is no such concept.

Answer : All member functions of the class granted friendship have unrestricted access to the members of the class granting the friendship.

Description : A transmission line to be reciprocal, the condition is (a) A = D (b) AC – BD = 1 (c) AD – BC = 1 (d) AB – CD = 1

Answer : Reciprocal of permeability is reluctivity.

Description : Conductance is reciprocal of?

Answer : Conductance is reciprocal of resistance.

Description : Refractory metals are known for which of the following properties: w) lack of chemical reactivity x) low density y) high melting point z) high thermal conductivity

Description : Which of the following physical properties is TRUE of most dense ceramic materials? w) high tensile strength x) good ductility y) high compressive strength z) high electrical conductivity

Description : A bimetallic strip commonly found in home furnace thermostats works because of the difference in this property of the two metals. Is it: w) thermal shock x) thermal conductivity y) thermal expansion z) thermal diffusivity

Description : Which of the following building materials has the HIGHEST thermal conductivity? w) Southern pine wood x) common brick y) aluminum z) gypsum board or drywall

Description : Define the following: Electrolyte, conductivity of electrolytes, specific conductance and equivalent conductance.

Answer : Electrolyte: A substance which produces ions in solution or in fused state and allows the electric current to pass through it, is known as electrolyte. Conductivity of electrolytes: The power ... equivalent of solute / electrolyte when placed between two sufficiently large electrodes 1 cm apart.

Description : On a cold day when the room temperature is 15°C, the metallic cap of a pen becomes much colder than its plastic body, though both are at the same temperature of 15°C, because : (1) metals ... metals (3) metals are good conductors of heat (4) plastics have a higher thermal conductivity than metals

Answer : metals are good conductors of heat

Description : Which of the metals has the maximum thermal conductivity? (1) Iron (2) Aluminium (3) Silver (4) Copper

Description : Which of the following was the first theory of super conductivity? (1) Ginzburg Landau theory (2) London theory (3) Resonating valence bond theory (4) Quantum field theory

Description : Which of the following criterion is used for any metal to be used as a cooking material ? (1) More specific heat (2) More thermal conductivity (3) Less thermal conductivity (4) Less electrical conductivity

Description : Which of the following properties is generally found in nonmetals? (1) Brittleness (2) Conductivity (3) Ductility (4) Malleability

Description : The metal whose electrical conductivity is more, is (1) copper (2) aluminium (3) silver (4) lead

Description : Which of the following is arranged in order of decreasing conductivity? (1) Copper, Aluminium, Steel, Silver (2) Aluminium, Silver, Copper, Steel (3) Copper, Silver, Aluminium, Steel (4) Silver, Copper, Aluminium, Steel

Answer : Silver, Copper, Aluminium, Steel

Description : During hot weather, the fan produces a feeling of comfort. This is because (1) fan supplies cool air (2) fan cools the air (3) our perspiration eva-porates rapidly (4) conductivity of air increases

Answer : our perspiration eva-porates rapidly

Description : Curie point is the temperature at which (1) Matter becomes radioactive (2) A metal loses magnetic properties. (3) A metal loses conductivity (4) Transmutation of metal occurs.

Answer : A metal loses magnetic properties.

Description : Which of the following principle is used to produce ‘low-temperatures’ ? (1) Super conductivity (2) Joule-Kelvin effect (3) Thermo-electric effect (4) Adiabatic demagneti-sation