Conductance and Siemens

Conductance (GG) is the ability of a material to carry electricity, is measured in Siemens (SS), and defined indirectly by Ohm's Law as current (II) over [voltage](voltage.md, or) G=I/VG = I/V. The inverse of conductance is resistance.

Conductors are materials that carry electricity well, and thus have a high conductance (and thus a low resistance) value.

Deeper Knowledge on Conductance and Siemens

Ohm's Law

A formula for determining voltage, current, and resistance

Resistance and Ohms

Opposition to current, measured in ohms

Broader Topics Related to Conductance and Siemens

Current and Amperes

The flow of electricity, measured in amps

Electricity

Energy that results from charged particles

International System of Units (SI)

Formal terms and definitions of the metric system

Resistance and Ohms

Opposition to current, measured in ohms

Voltage and Volts

Electrical potential energy, measured in volts

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