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Two conductive layers can carry nearly the same electrical current if their ratios of thickness to resistivity are the same (conductance equivalence). Two resistive layers can carry nearly the same electrical current if their resistivity-thickness products are the same (transverse resistance equivalence).
 
Two conductive layers can carry nearly the same electrical current if their ratios of thickness to resistivity are the same (conductance equivalence). Two resistive layers can carry nearly the same electrical current if their resistivity-thickness products are the same (transverse resistance equivalence).
 
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Two conductive layers can carry nearly the same electrical current if their ratios of thickness to resistivity are the same (conductance equivalence). Two resistive layers can carry nearly the same electrical current if their resistivity-thickness products are the same (transverse resistance equivalence).