conduction conduction  /kən ˈdək ʃən/


  • (n) the transmission of heat or electricity or sound



  1. "It's not the kind of thing that would burn you, but we could get conduction through the heart, let's say, or mild shocks," said David Wolf, the spacewalk branch chief for the astronaut office.
    on Nov 1, 2007 By: David Wolf Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "Nano-tubes are a very versatile material with absolutely fascinating physical properties, all the way from ballistic conduction to really interesting mechanical behavior," said Pulickel Ajayan, the Henry Burlage professor of materials science...
    on May 9, 2006 By: Pulickel M Ajayan Source:

  3. "We saw big historical changes such as conduction of the Constituent Assembly (CA) elections, implementation of the federal democratic republic and the result of the struggle launched by Nepali people for decades," said Prachanda.
    on Oct 4, 2008 By: chairman Prachanda Source: (blog)

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