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Electric conductance

Electrical conductance is an electrical phenomenon where a material contains movable particles with electric charge, which can carry electricity. When a difference of electrical potential is placed across a conductor, its movable charges flow, and an electric current appears.

The SI unit of electrical conductance is the siemens, (named after Werner von Siemens)

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