Specific resistivity of glassy carbon material is reported as a function of temperature in interval [0 - 800 C].
Concurrent determination of voltage, current, and temperature is described. Temperature is assessed
radiometrically. At room temperature, specific resistivity of glassy carbon has been measured to be equal to
3.02 x10-5 Ωm. At higher temperatures, specific resisitvity of glassy carbon decreases linearly with
temperature, with negative thermal coefficient of -1.25 x 10-8 Ωm/C.