Is conductivity a physical or chemical property?

Conductivity involves measuring the ability of a substance to conduct an electrical charge. Conductivity is a physical property because the identity of the substance does not change. A physical property of a pure substance is anything that can we can observe without changing its identity. For example, A copper wire transfers heat from one end to the other, but it still consists of copper at every point.

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