From electro- + conductive.
electroconductive (comparative more electroconductive, superlative most electroconductive)
- Able to conduct electricity
1974, Pulp and Paper - Volume 48, Issues 1-7, page 104:
- Up to this point, attention has been primarily given to the background information needed to define the intermediate and end-use requirements for the electroconductive-base paper.
1997, Handbook of Conducting Polymers, Second Edition,, ↑ISBN, page 966:
- Potentiometry is the simplest form of sensing that uses electroconductive polymers but may also be the most challenging to control.