Who created the electric conductor?
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An electrical conductor is a substance that permits electrons to flow through it easily. Most metals are good conductors. In contrast, insulators are strongly resistant …to any flow of electrons. Semiconductors can be controlled in their conductivity, to be either "on" or "off" depending upon other factors - such as the polarity and size of the voltage applied to them - and are thus very useful in electronics circuits.
This seems like a question from an electrical course, and is probably best answered by your course materials.. It's your test question, not ours, and there won't always be so…meone to ask the answer of. Earn your diploma.
Conductors of electricity are materials that let electricity pass through them. A good conductor of electricity is something that allows electricity to flow smoothly. Some con…ductors include silver, copper, gold, aluminum, and calcium.
Conductors are substances that allow flow of electricity through them. Although some electricity is lost in the form of heat, yet is negligible. Eg: silver gold copper iron S…emiconductors are elements that allow electricity partially. For example they allow 50 percent and stops the rest. Eg: silicon germanium
An electrical insulator is a material that resists electric current, and will not allow it to flow easily. Examples include glass and most ceramics. An electrical conductor… is a material that offers very little resistance to electric current, allowing it to flow freely and easily. Most metals make excellent electrical conductors.
copper,iron,gold,all metals are good conductors of heat
It permits electrons to flow through it easily.
Conductor of electricity are compounds that allow electricity to pass through. They are metallic and sometimes ductile and malleable. Very common is iron. The most metallic el…ement is francium.
NO! Although its no, every conductor has resistance that blocks little current and dissipates in the form of heat. Its negligible in conductor. Eg: silver has lowest resistan…ce compared to iron
In Electricity and Magnetism
In a conductor, electric current can flow freely, in an insulatorit cannot. Metals such as copper typify conductors, while most non-metallic solids aresaid to be good insu…lators, having extremely high resistance to theflow of charge through them.
increase the current (amperes) through the conductor
a conductor is anything metal and an insulator is anything rubber
An electrical conductor is a material which lets electricity pass through it.
Resistance is the hindrance a conductor creates to the flow ofelectric current