You can reference this answer in either college level chemistry text under the topic of "electrical conductivity" or phyisics text under same topic. Conductivity is as follows: Aluminum, platinum, gold, silver, copper, plus others.... Copper is common because of expense to other metals. Aluminum is rarely used due to ductility of metal.
Silver is an excellent conductor of electricity.
Yes, silver is an excellent conductor.
Silver is a most excellent conductor.
CONDUCTORSilver is a conductor of heat and electricity.
no, water is NOT a better conductor of electricity then silver
Silver is a better conductor of electricity than copper.
Silver or Argentum (Ag)The best conductor of heat and electricity is silver.
Silver is one of the best conductors of electricity
NO. Silver is the best conductor of electricity. (That is why it is used in satellites).
Silver is the best conductor out of the two.
Silver is an excellent conductor of heat.
Silver is a good conductor of electricity because it has many free electrons moving around; like a free will donation to electricity.
Silver, like gold, is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. Silver may also be hammered into a very thin strip, much like tinfoil.
Aluminum and copper are excellent conductors of electricity. Chlorine is a good one when bonded to Hydrogen in acid form. The useful for electrical wiring are Copper, silver, and gold.
Silver is a conductor, so it will conduct electricity. If exposed to much electricity, than silver wire will melt/deform.
At ordinary temperatures, the element that's the best conductor of electricity is silver, with the second best being copper. At very low temperatures, some materials become superconducting. Superconducting materials are all perfect conductors of electricity, with no resistance at all.
Copper is a better conductor of electricity, second only to silver. However, copper will tarnish (oxidize) over time and lose some of its conductivity, while gold will not.
Silver is the best conductor of electricity, and as it is costly, copper is widely used.
Yes it can conduct electricity. It's the second best conductor of electricity after Silver. Almost all of the electrical wires are made of copper.Yes it can
Silver, like all metals, is a good conductor of electricity. Of heat too, by the way.
Brass is a fairly descent conductor of electricity, however it isn't as good as copper or silver. If you wanted to make brass a better conductor, you would add copper or silver to it. :)
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.