Yes, it is because it lets heat pass through it so when you are cooking in a metal pot on the stove, when you touch it it will be hot. Whereas the handles of metal pots will be made out of plastic, which does not allow heat to pass through it so that you will not scald your hand whilst cooking.
it is a heat conductor
If it is metal then yes, because it is metal, which is a conductor of heat.
If you mean, is metal a good conductor of heat, yes. That is one of the characteristics of a metal.
A conductor of heat if it is made of metal.
dimond is a good conductor of only heat which is a non metal but graphite is no a good conductor of heat but yes a good conductor of electricity and both are non metal.
I think it is a conductor because it is a metal.
conductor- metal (especially copper) is a great conductor of electricity. Silver is a great conductor of heat.
As a metal, of course uranium is heat and electricity conductor.
Titanium is a metal and is a good conductor of electricity and heat.
Yes, as a metal its a good conductor of both heat and electricity.
Unless your fibre contains metal, it has no heat conductivity.
Refer to the periodic table of elements and check if radon is a metal or not. If it is a metal then it will be good conductor of heat and electricity. If it is a gas it will not be good conductor of heat and electricity
Wood is not a conductor of heat and so is plastic whereas metal is the perfect conductor for heat
brass and others metal.
depends on the metal
cos metal is a conductor of heat
brass is a good conductor
Metal is a good conductor of electricity and heat.
Metal is a good conductor of heat because the atoms within the metal are close together. This will help because the heat can be transferred from one to another quicker then if the molecules were spread out.
Copper is metal found in nature which is a good conductor of heat and electricity.
No because only metals are good conductor of heat and gas is not a metal.