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Author Topic: Resistance measurement of anti-static foam or conductive or Static dissipative  (Read 52 times)

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Can we really measure resistance of:
a)  anti static foam ?
b)  conductive foam?
c)  Static dissipative foam?


Conductive foam is a polyethylene foam filled with carbon,  anti static foam this has properties to not retain static electricity,  Static dissipative foam this transferring electrical charge to earth.
Therefore we have here three human constructions of foam, all capable to manipulate electrical charge (at their on way), and there is no clear instructions of how We can verify their properties with electrical measurements.

Some one may ask of why we should bother with that?  Well in everything that we cannot measure, only thing left to us to do, this is speculating or to demonstrate blind faith at the mouth of a seller.

You may start your own research by reading this page   , this will help you getting familiar with materials and electrical properties, and then I am willing to engage in interesting conversation with you in our forum.
 

         
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