Electrolytic conductance can be measured experimentally in a number of ways. The most common method is to measure the electrical current through a solution of electrolyte using an ammeter. This is usually done by placing two electrodes in the electrolyte solution and applying a voltage across them. The current is then measured and the electrolytic conductance is calculated from the ratio of the applied voltage and the measured current. Other methods of measuring electrolytic conductance include impedance spectroscopy, conductivity cells, and potentiometric measurements.