Increased electrical conductivity caused by the presence of light.
- ‘While many doubted that Carlson's process, based on electrostatic charges and photoconductivity, could really work consistently, he remained steadfast.’
- ‘But nothing quite worked until Chester Carlson came up with a process based on electrostatic charges and photoconductivity.’
- ‘We at the David Sarnoff RCA Laboratories were blessed by working with Albert Rose, who has been called the father of photoconductivity.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.