Conductance | What is conductance?

Conductance is one of the electrical property of a material. It is the reciprocal of resistance. conductance can be defined as the amount of current that a conductor can allow to flow through it.

Conductance is normally denoted by the alphabet G.
When current flows through a material a few amount of current is lost due to the resistance offered by the material to the flow of current.
G = I/V mho 
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