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      Conductivity

      Conductivity of liquids is determined with a measuring arrangement where two electrodes are in the medium. An alternating voltage that causes a current to flow through the medium is applied at these electrodes. The electrical resistance, or its reciprocal value - conductance G - is calculated based on Ohm's law. The specific conductance κ is determined from the conductance value using the cell constant k, which depends on the sensor geometry.

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