Thermal Conductivity (k).

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The heat energy that will be transmitted by conduction through one square foot of one inch thick homogeneous material in one hour when there is a difference of 1 degree Fahrenheit perpendicularly across the two surfaces of the material. The formula for thermal conductivity is. k = BTU/SQUARE FOOT/INCH/HOUR/DEGREE FARENHEIT.

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