Electronic conductivity measurement using DC and AC method – Material Science – Application Note 3Latest updated: May 6, 2020
Electrical conductivity is an intrinsic physical property of materials. The principles of the measurement were described in the application note #2 . This note explains how to perform conductivity measurements on an electronic conductor using a DC method and an impedance spectroscopy method. The conductivity values obtained by both methods are compared to those reported in the literature.
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