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Specific conductance at 25 degrees Celsius


Specific conductance is a measure of the capacity of water to conduct an electrical current and is a function of the types and quantities of dissolved ions in water. As concentrations of dissolved ions increase, specific conductance of the water increases. Temperature also strongly affects the electrical conductivity of water; specific conductance compensates for this by normalizing measurements to what they likely would be if the water were 25 degrees Celsius.

Stations That Measure or Compute Continuous Specific conductance at 25 degrees Celsius

Click a station to view measurements of specific conductance at 25 degrees Celsius.

Station Name Station Identifier
Spring Creek near Spring, TX 08068500
East Fork San Jancinto River near New Caney, TX 08070200

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