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Susceptance vs. Conductance — What's the Difference?

Susceptance vs. Conductance

Difference Between Susceptance and Conductance

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Susceptance

In electrical engineering, susceptance (B) is the imaginary part of admittance, where the real part is conductance. The reciprocal of admittance is impedance, where the imaginary part is reactance and the real part is resistance.
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Conductance

Symbol G A measure of a material's ability to conduct electric charge; the reciprocal of the resistance.
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Susceptance

The imaginary part of the complex representation of admittance.
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Conductance

Thermal conductance.
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Susceptance

(physics) the imaginary component of the admittance of an alternating current circuit
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Conductance

(physics) A measure of the ability of a body to conduct electricity; the reciprocal of its resistance.
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Conductance

Conducting power; - the reciprocal of resistance. A suggested unit is the mho, the reciprocal of the ohm.
Conductance is an attribute of any specified conductor, and refers to its shape, length, and other factors. Conductivity is an attribute of any specified material without direct reference to its shape or other factors.
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Conductance

A material's capacity to conduct electricity; measured as the reciprocal of electrical resistance
Jan 09, 2022

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