Asked in Chemistry, Electromagnetic Radiation, Paper
What are 4 physical properties of a piece of aluminum foil?
A piece of aluminum foil has a fixed mass and volume, it is flexible, and it is a metal that can conduct electricity....
Asked in Physics
What is the maximum voltage aluminum foil can conduct?
There is no maximum. Also, foil can conduct an infinite current if it is wide enough. ...
Asked in Physics
Does black construction paper conduct more heat than aluminum foil?
Aluminum foil will conduct heat much more effectively than black construction paper. Note the the question and answer both use "conduct" rather than "absorb" or another word. And aluminum is a pretty darn good conductor of thermal energy (as well as electricity). ...
Asked in Chemistry
What substances will conduct electric current aluminum foil sugar or potassium hydroxide dissolved in water?
potassium hydroxide dissolved in water has free ions and will conduct electricity ...
Asked in Electrical Wiring
Why does electricity flow through aluminum foil better?
It flows through aluminum foil better because electricity flows throw aluminum or metal better then plastic or other ...
Why will aluminum foil conduct electricity?
Since aluminum foil is made of aluminum, which is a metal, its structure contains metallic bonds. These bonds involve a sea of free electrons floating around the entire structure. Therefore, charge could be easily transferred due to these disassociated electrons. Aluminium conducts electricity very well. ...
Does aluminum conduct electricity in a dissolved state?
No, aluminum is definitely in a solid state when it conducts electricity.
Asked in Electrostatics
Why does a battery get hot when aluminum foil is touching both sides?
Batteries give of electricity, aluminum conducts electricity, electricity can have high temperatures. ...
Can aluminum conduct electricity?
Aluminum is an extremely conductive material. Electrical wire is commonly made of aluminum. Aluminum foil is just a big block of aluminum flattened into a long roll. SO THE ANSWER IS ALUMINUM CAN CONDUCT ELECTRICITY!!!!!!! In the US aluminum electrical wire is banned, because the surface oxide is nonconductive causing high resistance connections to develop resulting in electrical fires. Only copper electrical wire is legal, its surface oxide is conductive. ...