What is an object that does not allow electricity to flow through?
An object that does not allow electricity to flow through easily is an insulator. It is so hard that it often won't go through at all. Sometimes you find an exception, like lightening. There is nothing that electricity cannot flow through altogether. ...
Asked in Home Electricity, Electrostatics, Magnetism
What is the differece between static electricity and current electricity?
Current electricity requires an energy source, it would not flow unless there is a complete circuit to flow through continuously and it only flow through conductors where as static electricity does not require all of these. Static electricity can have extra protons or electrons and there foe can be either positively or negatively charged. Current electricity is simply the flow of electrons(negative). ...
Asked in Home Electricity, Chemistry, Animal Life
What is the electricity that flows using a flow of electrons?
all electricity is the flow of electrons.
What does electricity flow through?
Electricity flows through the path of least resistance. Electricity will flow through anything conductive; metals, liquids, and even through small particles. Your insulators are porcelain, glass, plastics, wood and cloths. All variances of voltage is deadly. The most dangerous thingabout electricity is the current or amperage. As little as 17 miliamps can stop your heart. ...
What order does electricity flow through the parts of a motor?
No order. It flows in all of the parts at the same time.
Asked in Physics
What is parallel circuit and a series circuit?
A series circuit is made up of only one route through which electricity can flow, as all components are in a single loop. A parallel circuit has multiple loops and therefore multiple routes through which electricity can flow. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Do molten substances conduct electricity?
Not all but many of the substances conduct electricity in the molten form. Those substances which are insulators do not conduct electricity in any state, but subs. like ionic compounds start conducting electricity in the molten state. ...
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Energy
Does an object transfer all its energy to another object?
yes, it transfers by conductor [substance that doesn't allow electricity flow through it]. ...
What are the classification of materials according to electrical conductivity?
Most substances fall into two categories - conductors and insulators. Conductors are those which electricity can pass through relatively easily. Metals are the usual example, but other substances such as graphite and polar liquids such as water are also good conductors. Insulators are poor conductors: those that electricity cannot pass through easily. Most plastics are insulators. Some substances fall in between: these are semiconductors, which allow electricity through in some instances, but not in others. This property makes them very useful in electronics. Some substances can...
Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
Is electricity the flow of protons through a circuit?
No, it is the flow of both electrons and protons . In fact,electricity is the a property of certain fundamental particles of all matter, as electrons (negative charges) and protons or positrons (positive charges) that have a force field associated with them and that can be separated by the expenditure of energy ...
Asked in Science, Electronics Engineering, Chemistry
What are good conductors of electrical currents because electricity can flow through them easily?
All metals but some such as Copper Silver and Gold are really good.
Asked in Chemistry, Chemical Bonding
What type of bond conducts electricity?
In a solid state metallic substances are the only ones which all conduct electricity, however graphite (which is a covalent network) does also conduct electricity. In liquid/molten form metallic and ionic substances, as well as graphite, conduct electricity ...
Asked in Chemistry
What name is given to solutions which decompose when electricity is passed through them?
well m not all that sure myself, but i think their ionic substances. Very sorry if I'm wrong. ...
Asked in Physics, Science Fiction
How is electrons flow through a series circuit and a parallel circuit?
In a series circuit - all the electrons flow through all the devices in the circuit. In a parallel circuit - some electrons flow through one branch and some flow through the other branch. ...