No. Some liquids such as oil, gasoline, and alcohol do not conduct electricity.
Electricity flows easily through the easiest path,Êmetals, liquids, and small particles.Ê Electricty will not flow through porcelain, plastic, and dry air.
Yes, electricity can flow through metal.
it means that electricity can flow through the switch
The liquids in the fruits allow electrons to flow through them and therfore create electricity. Did you know that you can power your alarm clock with just two lemons?
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.
Yes, it can flow through silver
No, electricity does not flow through dry wood. Dry wood is not a conductor of electricity. Metal is a conductor, dry wood is the same as rubber, electricity will not flow through dry wood or rubber.
current electricity is where electrons flow through a conductor.static electricity electrons do not flow
Yes, but the better question would be, "how well does electricity flow through vinegar?"
Electricity flow through a wire as a result of the movement of electrons and hols.
Electricity does not flow in an open circut