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Is passivation conductive?

Passivation is conductive and has a constant electrical resistance. Passivated metal raises the content of chromium at the surface, which gives it a high affinity for oxygen. The thin oxidized layer produced by the reaction allows the metal to retain a high level of conductivity.


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