The new rules would likely reduce this number by limiting streamwater conductivity to 500 microSiemens per centimeter, roughly five times above natural levels.
What does µS stand for?
µS stands for microsiemens
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Conductivity of water samples of the Puhajogi River was between 800 and 1800 microsiemens per centimeter ([micro]S [cm.
A good rule of thumb for formulating electrocoat paints is to choose pigments with conductivity values less than 100 microSiemens.
Salinity/Conductivity data (in parts per thousand and microsiemens per cm) 1) 19 Sep-6 Oct 1983 0 (0.
This conductivity level is described as microsiemens (s) and the desired level of conductivity that should be maintained for a given application may vary from material to material.
For the calculation of skin conductance level (SCL), all 960 values (60 s x 16 Hz) recorded in a 1-min epoch of the total SC channel were averaged and converted to the corresponding value of SC expressed in microSiemens ([micro]S).
1994), change in skin conductance response (SCR), measured in Microsiemens (mS), was chosen as the measure of conditioning.
Skin conductance levels (SCLs) and responses (SCRs), recorded in microsiemens (uS), were sampled using 8-mm Ag/AgCl disposable electrodes that were placed on the nondominant hand using a standard bipolar palmar configuration.