If you use silver as the filler, the resistivity is very low (i.e.
conductive epoxy). If you use a nonconducting filler, the resistivity of
the epoxy is very high. Just about anything between a very good
conductor and a very good insulator is possible. So you'll need a bit
more information than simply "epoxy" to get an estimate of its resistivity.
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