Table of Electrical Resistivity/Conductivity of Materials
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 Table 1216. Table of electrical resistivity/conductivity of materials. (ρ = 1/σ, ρ is electrical resistivity and σ is electrical conductivityp; units of electrical conductivity: 1 S/m = 1/Ω.m).
 Electrical Conductivity (σ, Ω-1cm-1) Reference 10 K 100 K 150 K 200 K 250 K 300 K 400 K 800 K 1000 K Ag (silver) 6.3×105 Al (aluminum) 3.5×105 Al2O3 10-16 Au (gold) 4.1×105 0.5-20% BaCl2 4.7-137×10-3 Carbon steel 1.43×10-7 C (amorphous) 1.25 - 2×101 C (diamond) 10-15 C (graphite) 2-3×103 //basal plane 3.3 ⊥basal plane 5×102- 2×103 Wood (damp) 10-6 - 10-5 Wood (oven dry) 10-18 - 10-16 0.5-20% CH3COOH 0.3-1.7×10-3 Ca (calcium) 3.16×105 0.5-40% CaCl2 8.1-183×10-3 CoO 10-18 10-12 10-4 CrO2 1×104 9×103 8×103 7×103 CrO3 10-16 9×10-16 10-10 5×10-7 10-3 0.5-20% CsCl 3.8-142×10-3 Cu (copper) 4×106 6.6×105 2×105 Cu-Ni alloy 2.04×104 Cu0.5Ag0.5 6.4×105 Cu0.9Fe0.1 4.95×105 Cu0.7Fe0.3 2.65×105 Cu0.95P0.05 4.62×105 Cu0.8P0.2 2.31×105 Cu0.5Sn0.5 4.4×105 Cu0.8Zn0.2 2.6×105 Cu0.4Zn0.6 1.5×105 0.5-15% CuSO4 2.9-42.3×10-2 Fe (iron) 105 Fe (stainless steel) 1.45×104 Fe (grain oriented electrical steel) 2.17×104 FeO 2×10-11 3×10-9 1 2×101 102 Fe2O3 10-18 10-8 1 Fe3O4 3×10-1 2×102 102 Ga 6.6×105 GaAs 5×10-10 - 101 p-type GaAs 500 Ge 10-5 4-217×10-4 10-2-70 0.5-50% HCOOH 1.4-10.5×10-2 0.5-5% H2C2O4 1.4-6.56×10-1 0.5-2% HCl 0.451-1.83 10% H2SO4 4.32×10-1 0.5-2% HNO 2.84-10.8×10-1 31% HNO3 8.65×10-1 H2O (DI water) 5.5-0.03×10-8 H2O (freshwater streams) 1-20×10-4 H2O (melted snow) 2 - 42×10-6 H2O (sea water) 4.8×10-2 H2O (drinking water) 0.05-5×10-4 0.5-40% H3PO4 5.5-209×10-2 HfO2 3×103 0.5-25% H3C(OH)(COO)3 1.2-7.2×10-2 Hg (mercury) Superconductor at low temperatures 1.02×104 K 1.64×105 KCl solution (0.01 M) 1.4×10-3 La0.75Ca0.25MnO3 7×102 4×102 101 Li (lithium) 1.08×107 0.5-30% LiCl 0.101-1.70 Mg 2.25×105 MgB2 Superconductor at low temperatures 0.5-30% MgCl2 8.6-134×10-2 0.5-25% MgSO4 4.1-54.2×10-2 Mn (manganin) 2.07×104 MnO2 9×10-1 1 2 2.5 4 Mn3O4 5×10-17 5×10-13 10-8 8×10-4 1-20% MnSO4 6.2-47.6×10-2 MoO2 10-1 2×10-1 5×10-1 8×10-1 0.5-25%NH3 0.5-1.1×10-3 0.5-10% NH4Cl 1.05-18×10-2 0.5-25% (NH4)2SO4 7.4-215×10-3 Na 2.13×105 Na2O*11Al2O3 10-1 10% NaOH 3.55×10-1 NbO 8×101 6×101 8 6 Nb3Sn Superconductor at low temperatures Ni (nickel) 1.43×105 NiCr (nichrome) 9.09×103 NiO 6×10-16 4×10-9 10-1 Pb (lead) 1×106 1×105 4.55×106 1×104 Pt (platinum) 9.43×106 ReO2 4×101 2×101 101 ReO3 8×105 5×105 4×105 2×104 S (sulfur) 10-18 Se 10-7 (100 nm film) - 5×10-9 (100 nm film) 10-6 (100 nm film) - 5×10-8 (100 nm film) Si 10-8 1.56×10-5 - 10-4 5×10-3 SiO2 10-12 6×10-9 SiO2 (fused quartz) 1.3×10-20 SiO2 (glass) 10-17 - 10-13 Si3N4 4.03×10-11 6.45×10-9 PECVD Si3N4 1012 [2] Sn (tin) 3.3×105 Ti (titanium) 2.38×104 TiO 9×103 9.3×103 104 Ti2O3 1×10-2 2×10-2 1 8 103 VO 10-4- 4×102 4×102 4×102 4×102 4×102 VO2 8×10-6 10-5 2×10-4 2×10-3 2×103 V2O3 10-4-104 7×103 103 102 W 9.9×106 YBa2Cu3O7 103 YBa2Cu3O7-x Superconductor at low temperatures Zn (zinc) 1.69×107 Zn1-x-yGaxAlyO (x+y = 10-2) 3×102 2.5×102 [1] Air 3×10-17 - 8×10-17 Hard rubber 10-16 Paraffin wax 10-20 PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) 10-23 10−25 to 10−23 Polyethylene 10-17 Polytetrafluoroethylene 10-20 Teflon 10-25 - 10-27

[1] Katsuyoshi Kakinuma, Takahiro Shiho, Misachi Watanabe, Hiroshi Yamamura, Mean dopant ion radius dependency of electrical resistivity in the Zn1-x-yGaxAlyO system Ceramics International, 33 (2007) 589–593.
[2] Journal of the Electrochemical Society, v 137, n 12, Dec. 1990, p 3910-17.

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