Electrical conductivity, a measure of a material's ability to conduct an electric current
Conductivity (electrolytic), also the specific conductance, is a measurement of the electrical conductance per unit distance in an electrolytic or aqueous solution
Ionic conductivity, a measure of the conductivity through ionic charge carriers
Hydraulic conductivity, a property of a porous material's ability to transmit water
Thermal conductivity, the intensive property of a material that indicates its ability to conduct heat
Rayleigh conductivity, describing the behavior of apertures concerning the flow of a liquid or gas

"Capacity of electrical conductors is variable, not constant, and formulas will have to be rewritten - Capacity varies with absolute height above sea level, relative height from Earth and distance from the Sun." [Nikola Tesla]

"The phenomenon of Dynamic Electricity through a metallic conductor and of induction are identical. In a metallic conductor, the transmission is from atom to atom, through homologous interstices, filled with ether, presenting small areas in close proximity. In crystalline structures, heat, which expands the atoms, by twisting them produces striae, increases the resistance, etc. Between parallel wires and through air the induction takes place from large areas through a rarefied medium composed of a mixture of substances, whose atoms are separated by waves of repulsion of various pitches, discordant to electric vibrations; the said atoms sympathetically absorb the vibrations and dissipate from themselves, as centers, concentric waves of electric energy which produces heat and gravism." [Keely, Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances]

Law of Electric Conductivity
"Electric energy is transmitted through homogeneous bodies with a completeness in direct proportion as the atoms are more or less perfect harmonics of the electric pitch, but not at all through substances whose atoms are discordant to the electric pitch; also through molecular substances, when their resultant notes are harmonics of the electric pitch, - the transmissions being inversely as the temperature, directly as the density diminished in proportion to the amount of crystallization, and inversely as the cube of the dyne, also directly as the reciprocal of the local magnetic intensity." [Keely, Law of Electric Conductivity]

"Conversely, cold multiplies that memory which heat destroys. At absolute zero, polarity and conductivity are both more intense." [Atomic Suicide, page 186]

See Also

02 - The Transmission of Sound
Connecting Link
Electrical Transmission of Power - 82280
Figure 13.17 - Focalizing and Reradiating mode of Sympathetic Transmission
Figure 2.3 - Focalizing and Reradiating mode of Sympathetic Transmission
Law of Electric Conductivity
Quantum Entanglement
Sympathetic Oscillation
Sympathetic Transmission
Sympathetic Vibration
Transmissive Energy
Transmissive Force
19.03 - Philosophy of Transmission and Rotation of Musical Sphere
8.30 - Transmissive
8.31 - Law of Transmissive Vibraic Energy

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