Conductivity is analogous to what?
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Answer: Conductivity is analogous to permeability.
Conductivity is similar to permeability for many materials, from solids to liquids, and is a property that links properties of matter with its behavior.
Answer: Conductivity is analogous to permeability. It is a measure of the ability of a material to carry or transmit electricity. Conductivity is measured using a DC voltage, usually applied across the interface between two materials. The higher the conductivity, the higher the voltage that can be propagated through that material in comparison to a much lower value when using linear metals (like copper).