conductant

conductant

Chinese medicine
Any of a number of ingredients that are incorporated into a Chinese herbal formula intended to channel the effects of the medication to the chi (qi).
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Physiologic parameters, including oxygen saturation, breathing rate, surface electromyogram rate, skin conductant levels, and temperature, as well as systolic and blood pressures, were used.
He said scientists had already considered ways to 'charge' these fibres, such as using washing powder to deposit a conductant which would start generating power once it was exposed to light, or coating fibres with the same substance.