# What is the reciprocal of resistivity?

What is the reciprocal of resistivity?

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reciprocal of resistivity is conductivity.

conductivity, mho

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Answer : Silver have lowest resistivity then copper then aluminium tungsten then iron...

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Answer : Resitivity of wire depends on material, electrical resistance of that material, area of cross section and length.

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Answer : reciprocal of resistance is conductance.

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Description : Define – resistance and resistivity. State relationship between them. Give one material having high resistivity.

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Description : Materials, whose resistivity at very low temperatures plunges from a finite value to zero and remains there upon further cooling, are known as

Answer : Materials, whose resistivity at very low temperatures plunges from a finite value to zero and remains there upon further cooling, are known as Superconductors

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Answer : Mercury material is having highest resistivity in ohm-metre at 20oC X10-8

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Answer : The resistance of a strip of copper of rectangular cross-section is 2Ω. A metal of resistivity twice that of copper is coated on its upper surface to a thickness equal to that of copper strip. The resistance of composite strip will be 4/3Ω.

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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

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