PETE 483 Report No. 2 - PETE 483 001 Project # 2 Title:...

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PETE 483 – 001 Project # 2 Title: Resistivity Submitted to: Dr. Hayatdavoudi Date Assigned: January 28, 2009 Date Submitted: February 4, 2009 Signature: ___________________________ Resistivity PETE 483 –001
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Project # 2 Date Assigned: February 04, 2009 Date Submitted: February 11, 2009 Introduction: Resistivity is the ability of a material to resist electrical conduction. It is the inverse of conductivity and is measured in ohm-meter and is a property of the material, whereas the resistance also depends on the volume measured. The resistance and resistivity are related by a constant which is the length between the measurements electrodes divided by the area. The resistivity is the electric field divided by the current density and depends on the frequency of the applied signal. We used the resistivity meter to determine the resistivity of the 50,000 ppm NaCl concentration. Procedure: To determine the resistivity of the 50,000 ppm NaCl solution we used a resistivity meter. First you suck up the solution into the rubber bulb which has two electrodes
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course PETROLEUM 488 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '09 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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PETE 483 Report No. 2 - PETE 483 001 Project # 2 Title:...

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