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Asked by | 25th Feb, 2010, 09:43: AM
The reciprocal of thermal conductivity is thermal resistivity, usually measured in kelvinmeters per watt (K·m·W−1). When dealing with a known quantity of material, its thermal conductance and the reciprocal property, thermal resistance, can be described.
Hence the lowest resistivity has the highest conductivity.
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Answered by | 25th Feb, 2010, 12:36: PM
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