Are there e-numbers in m and ms?
There is no systematic pattern. For example, Group 4: Titanium (2.5 MS/m), Zirconium (2.4 MS/m), Hafnium (3.3 MS/m) - down, up Group 9: Cobalt (17 MS/m), Rhodium (23 MS/m) and Iridium (21 MS/m) - up, down Group 10: Nickel (14 MS/m), Palladium (10 MS/m), Platinum (9.4 MS/m) - down, down. MS/m = million Siemens per metre.
How do you solve this 10 percent of m nd m plain candies are blue if a sample of 20 m nd ms is randomly selected find P of it will be more than 15 blue candies?
Annealed Monel has a conductivity of only 3.4% that of annealed copper wire. Semiconductors have conductivities in the range 10^-6 to 10^5 S/m. Monel is about 20 times more conductive than the most conductive semiconductor. Therefore, Monel is a conductor. But, compared to good conductors like silver (63 MS/m), copper (57 MS/m), gold (45 MS/m), and aluminum (35 MS/m), Monel (2 MS/m) is not very highly conductive. In summary, Monel is a poor conductor, but…