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All conductors have inductance. But all conductors are not used as inductors
conductors let electricity through, and insulators don't let it through, so they can help and control the path of the circuit
Heat exchangers use heat conductors to transfer heat from one liquid to another.Refrigerators/freezers use heat conductors to cool the inside of your fridge.Disc brakes are made from materials that are good at heat conduction to keep them cool.The processor on your computer has a heat sink on it which allows the heat from the processor to be dissipated.Radiators are made of metals that are good at conducting heatThe element in a kettle is used to conduct heat.
There are conductors, semiconductors and insulators. Conductors and semiconductors could be considered noninsulators, so I would say copper but if you want to use semiconductors instead you can say something like doped gallium.
Anything that uses electricity in some form or another will have conductors. Any plug-in appliance or piece of equipment will have them inside. Machines, vehicles of every kind, and any generation equipment will have conductors. These conductors are going to be metal, very often copper, and the conductor will usually have an insulative sheath on it. If you think of wire as a conductor, which it is, then everything that has wire and uses electricity on some scale will fit the bill.
That stick orchestra conductors use is called a baton.
To make their movements more visible to the players, and more focused. Not all conductors choose to use a baton, however.More detailThe baton is "an extension of the arm" and makes his/her movements more visible to the players.Not all conductors do, however most of them do nowadays. Choral conductors tend to use batons less than orchestral conductors. Sometimes a conductor might put down the baton for a more expressive or slower piece of music.
If the aircraft uses a "stick", it is known as such. Otherwise, it uses a "yoke", or wheel.
The electrical trade is one of many trades that use conductors for projects.
A crosse is the formal name for a stick in the sport lacrosse.
Each telephone line uses only two conductors.
There's a game where you're a stick figure and you dodge sticks?
Long, spiked, rigid conductors are usually used as ground rods.
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Metals are conductors.