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uh, mostly metal.


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Q: What materials can electricity move through?
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What allows electricity to move through materials?

electricity doesnt move...its the electrons...rather free electrons in materrials that moves nd we call it as electric current

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Does not electricity to move through it easily?

rubber would be an example of something that does not allow electricity to move through it easily

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A battery supplies energy to move electricity through a circuit (Remember, a circuit is a wire.)

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As unsatisfying as I'm sure you'll find this, that depends on your definition of "electricity." If you mean electricity in the most conventional sense of an electrical current, electricity can move through any medium in which charge carrying quantons (protons, elecrtons, etc) can move at least somewhat freely.

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