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Conductivity may refer to:
- 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
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