Conductor

Chemistry

CONDUCTORS AND INSULATORS

CONDUCTORS AND INSULATORS  The ability to conduct electricity is the major simple distinction between elements that are metals and non-metals.   Electrical Conductors A conductor is a material that conducts electricity but is not chemically changed in the process. They carry an electric current through freely moving electrons when a potential difference is applied across […]

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Chemistry

CONDUCTORS AND NON-CONDUCTORS

CONDUCTORS AND NON-CONDUCTORS  All metals (copper, iron, lead, magnesium etc) and graphite, a non-metal. Most non-metals (sulphur, iodine, charcoal etc.) Most solid compounds (All gases are non-conductors)   Liquids are classified in three groups as regards their conductivity of electricity: (i) Those that pass an electric current and are not decomposed by if (conductors) (ii)

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