About all we can do is compare zinc to some other metals. Zinc isn't a terrible conductor, but it isn't the greatest, either. Perhaps it might be best to classify it a fair as regards electrical conductivity. Here is a list of just a few metals and their electrical conductivity as "just a number" to make comparison easy: Aluminum 59
Copper (annealed) 100
Zinc 28.2 Zinc isn't great, but it isn't at the bottom of the list, either.
Of course, zinc is a better conductor (thermal or electrical).
Yes, zinc is a fairly good conductor of electricity.
zinc is a good conductor of electricity
No, magnesium is not a good electrical conductor.
Yes, it is a fairly good conductor of electricity.
Black phosphorus is a good electrical conductor.
yes it is electrical conductor
Yes zinc is a conductor! Although it is not a very good one because it has a low melting point hope this helps
Zinc is a good conductor of heat, having a thermal conductivity of approx. 116 W/m.K.
No. Zinc, like all metals, is a good conductor of heat and electricity.
stainless steel is not a good conductor
Nitrogen is not a good electrical conductor.
yes copper is a good conductor like zinc, in a wet cell battery it is good tooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 .
Yes it is.
Yes, gold is a very good conductor
The electrons in electrical conductors also absorb and carry heat, thus are good thermal conductors also.
Silver is the best electrical conductor. Copper is second. Gold is third. Aluminum is a good conductor but not for house wiring. It is used for high tension wires.