Definition of Conductibility

1. n. Capability of being conducted; as, the conductibility of heat or electricity.

Definition of Conductibility

1. Noun. The ability to conduct ¹

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Definition of Conductibility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conductibility

conduct disorder
conductance unit
conductibility (current term)
conducting airway
conducting system of heart
conducting wire
conduction anaesthesia
conduction analgesia
conduction anesthesia
conduction aphasia
conduction band
conduction bands

Literary usage of Conductibility

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1. A Treatise on Electricity in Theory and Practice by Auguste de La Rive, Charles Vincent Walker (1853)
"termed conductibility for electricity or electric conductibility. Bodies possessed of this property are termed conductors, and those which possess it not ..."

2. The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art. by David Ames Wells, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland, John Trowbridge, Wm Ripley Nichols, Charles R Cross (1871)
"Herr Paalzow has been making experiments from which he concludes that there is no relation between the conductibility for heat and that for electricity. ..."

3. On Heat in Its Relations to Water and Steam: Embracing New Views of by Charles Wye Williams (1864)
"ON conductibility. We will next test this theory of heating and expanding by reference to conductibility and non-conductibility. I*xo_ fessor Brande says: ..."

4. First principles of physics, or Natural philosophy, designed for the use of by Benjamin Silliman (1859)
"Things vary very much in their power to conduct heat, every substance having its own rate of conductibility. A metallic vessel filled with hot water, ..."

5. A Treatise on Electricity, in Theory and Practice by Auguste de La Rive, Charles Vincent Walker (1856)
"We have considered, as possessing what .. we call electric conductibility, those bodies which aft'ord to electricity a propagation sufficiently rapid to ..."

6. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1830)
"On the relative conductibility for Caloric of different Woods, ... J_ HE conductibility of the metals and some other substances has long been a ..."

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