Conductive

• (a.) Having the quality or power of conducting; as, the conductive tissue of a pistil.
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conductive

adjective having the quality or power of conducting heat or electricity or sound; exhibiting conductivity
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Conductive

Con¬∑duct'ive (-dŭk'tĭv) adjective Having the quality or power of conducting; as, the conductive tissue of a pistil. « The ovarian walls . . . are seen to be distinctly conductive . Goodale (Gray's Bot. ). »
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Conductive

Any material that conducts electricity, i.e. not an insulator.
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conductive

conduction, conductive 1. The conducting of liquid through a channel or pipe. Now chiefly applied to natural processes, e.g. the movement of sap in plants. 2. The transfer of heat between two parts of a stationary system, caused by a temperature difference between the parts. 3. The transmission or conveying of something through a medium or passage,...
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Conductive

Conducts static electricity through shoes to the ground eliminating static build-up. Like Static Dissipative but a faster and more complete discharge for highly sensitive work environments.
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conductive

qualifies a medium to indicate that it can carry electric current NOTE 1 - In French, the term 'conducteur' is also used as a noun to designate a conductor or conductive medium. NOTE 2 - In French, the term 'conducteur' is also used as a noun corresponding to the English 'conductor'.
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conductive

[adj] - having the quality or power of conducting heat or electricity or sound
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