Guys, please! Millivolts are units of electric potential (voltage). Conductivity is measured in (milli)siemens and is a different parameter.
Redox is measured in millivolts and is not Conductivity which is very different. Maybe you need to read a little more on the subject? See Reduction potential
- But I'll give you that the line shouldn't say 'millivolts of conductivity', so I've shorten that phrase. :-)
--Quatermass 17:04, 1 September 2010 (EDT)