stainless steel is not a good conductor
Yes. Steel is an electrical conductor.
Because steel is not a good conductor of electricity. Copper is the best conductor for electricity.
Different elements are used as an electrical conductor. Silver is most often used as an electrical conductor and copper and gold are also used.
It is the element copper that we are probably most familiar with as an electrical conductor.
yes, brass is a much better heat and electrical conductor than steel
Hi, The electrical resistivity of the steel represents the capacity of the steel material to oppose the flowing of electrical current within it. This characteristic only concerns the steel material itself. The steel resistivity has a role in the electrical resistance of a device made of steel. The electrical resistance also traduces the capacity of a device (a conductor) to oppose the flowing of electrical current within it. But for a conductor, the flowing opposition will not only depend of the conductor material properties (resistivity), but also of other parameters like its length for example. Julien
the main purpose of steel in acsr conductors is for mechanical strength
yes,steel is a metal and all metals are good conductors of electricity no you are wrong their not every metal is a good conductor yes every metal is a conductor but not all are good conductor.
Silver is very good conductor of electricity. It is better electrical conductor than copper. Silver is not commonly used as it is much expensive element.
It is a metallic element
Copper. Copper is an excellent conductor.
Gold and Silver
Steel is not used as an electrical conductor because, although it is a conductor, it's not a very good conductor -as is copper and aluminium, for example. A steel-wire core is used, however, to reinforce aluminium conductors on transmission tower lines
Silicon or Germanium Graphite is an excellent electrical conductor
The most common is copper.
Copper is a reddish brown element used for electrical wiring as it is a good conductor of electricity.
Copper (Cu) is a good electrical conductor, as is gold (Au). There are a lot of metallic elements however which conduct electricity well so it is a difficult question to answer with a single element.
Examples of very good conductors are: gold, silver, copper, aluminium, etc.
Helium in a chemical element, and an inert gas. It does not want to be an electrical conductor, so it is considered an insulator.
No. Steel is a good conductor.
Copper is an electrical conductor
Plastic is not an electrical conductor.
It is a conductor.