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Electrical conductivity metals chart

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Aug10-10, 12:50 PM
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Hello, I'm trying to find a metal that has a conductivity that's about 150% that of stainless steel grade 384. I've been looking for some charts that compare conductivities of metals but all the charts I find seem to have a few discrepancies. Could someone give me a link to a reliable chart that compares conductivities?
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Hello, I'm trying to find a metal that has a conductivity that's about 150% that of stainless steel grade 384. I've been looking for some charts that compare conductivities of metals but all the charts I find seem to have a few discrepancies. Could someone give me a link to a reliable chart that compares conductivities?
What charts do you see discrepancies in? What kind of discrepancies?
yoamocuy
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Aug10-10, 01:49 PM
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Nvm, I figured out what's going on in the different charts. Everything's good now.


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