it is bad conductor of electricity but is conductor of heat.
Ceramics are non conductor of electricity.
There are many. One example is plastic. to expand first are the ceramics, then glasses, finally plastics.
An ultrapure water is a bad conductor of electricity.
Certain types of ceramics like chromium dioxide, conduct electricity just like metals do. Silicon carbide is a semi-conductor. However, there are also other types of ceramics like aluminum oxide do not conduct electricity at all.
no water is good conductor of electricity
Thank you but is there any other substances that can fit this criteria, particularly any metals. I need to be able to use this substance in extension cords so the substance needs to be inexpensive and common.
glass, ceramic,diamond, are somtricitytte of the conductor of hear but bad conductor of electricity meher n sethna
zinc is a good conductor of electricity
Poor or bad conductor of electricity is wood.
A bad conductor. No free electrons.
A conductor will conduct electricity Copper, aluminium, gold, iron and silver are all conductors. An insulator does not conduct electricity. Most plastics and ceramics are good insulators.
No, a liquid which is not a form of a metal is a insulator (bad conductor of electricity).
It is an insulator in case of electricity but not a bad conductor of heat.
It is a good conductor.
Coke makes water a bad conductor of electricity.Distilled Water with salt in it makes water a good conductor of electricity.
A bad conductor, because it is not a metal. The only non-metal to conduct electricity is graphite I think :) Cotton is a good insulator.
an insulator doesn't allows electricity pass from it, a bad conductor allows electricity to pass from it but not fully or completely and a semi conductor pass electricity in little form which used to operate electronics
Distilled water is a bad conductor of electricity because it does nat contain salt whereas tap water contains salt.Salt is a good conductor of electricity,so it allows current to pass through them.
it is a bad conductor of electricity. i checked it using the tester and the bulb did not glow.
Candle is a bad conductor of heat and electricity.
ceramic is a bad conductor of electricity, therefore it is an insulator.
because it is a bad conductor of electricity
No - its a good insulator.
there is no metal to conduct to.
Diamond is an excellent conductor of heat and an excellent electrical insulator. Some special plastics and ceramics also exhibit heat transmission and electrical insulation properties.
electricity! Because it is a non-metal
mercury and magnesium
Not so bad; the electrical resistivity is 72 nΩ.m.
Pure water comparatively is not a good conductor of electricity as opposed to water containing minerals and electrolytes
see, the pencil's outer shield is made out of wood which is a bad conductor of electricity but the graphite core is a good conductor. thank you.
Because it doesn't have enough hydraulics for the electricity to pass through so the electricity contact with the atoms is bad. that's why... your welcome!
salt can conduct electricity but i dont think it does anything for heat, so bad conductor for heat
Not if you wish to be grammatically correct. You could say "plastic is a bad conductor of electricity," which would be an accurate statement.
Potato is also used for making batteries. So obviously, it is a good conductor.
Actually, plastic is not a bad conductor of heat and electricity, it's an insulator. An insulator is a substance that resists the flow of heat or electricity through it and plastic resists both of these.
The diffrerence between a good condutor and a bad conductor is that a good conductor it go through electricity but a insulator would not attract electricity .
No, carbon is a good conductor of electricity. Example, the carbon brushes in electric motors. But you might research the conductivity of Diamond and Graphite.
Because the molecules are NT active?
thus we are not there it can cut you open
all exsept for cooper,aluminum.
No. Metals are good electrical conductors.
Yes this is because electricity cant run through it very well
I believe chlorine would be a bad conductor of electricity. Not sure about the heat. Usually one would want to stick to using a type of metal and stay away from most liquids when trying to conduct electricity.
Ebonite is a poor conductor of electricity, it is an insulator. Electrons cannot move easily within it, but can it form and hold a static charge.
A good conductor will conduct more heat, or more electricity, depending on the context, than a bad conductor. That is, it will transfer more of either in any given time period.
All four valanced electron of each carbon atom involves in formation of covalent bond living no free electron to conduct electricity under influnce of electric field thats why diamond is bad conductor of heat and electricity
Yes, they are bad conductors i.e. good insulators of both.
Terrible conductor, because if battle toads cant beat it i'm sure its not
Because it does not allow heat or electricity to pass them.
tungsten bcoz of its less resistivity