yes, Diet Coke can conduct electricity through pencil because diet coke contain free moving ions that provide free moving electrons that can flows through carbon of the pencil. Pencil is a good electricity conductor.
No, I tried it
You can conduct electricity through liquid mercury.
Rubber objects do not conduct electricity, neither do they let electricity travel through them.
Conductor are materials that conduct electricity. There are also semiconductors, which conduct electricity but not as well, and superconductors, which conduct electricity without resistance when very cold.
No. Insulators by definition don't conduct electricity.
A material that electricity can conduct electricity.
through pencil lead.
yes electricity can pass through salt water .salt is an ionic compound which can conduct electricity
If the potential is high enough, yes electricity can pass through paper.
Yes, one of the properties of metals is ability to conduct electricity.
When a bulb is attached to a battery or a cell as scientists call it, the bulb glows. If you want a bulb to glow more and more brighter, it depends on how many batteries you attached to the bulb. If you attach a lot of batteries at the same time, the bulb might even explode or burn out. The wires that hold the interaction between a light bulb and the battery is electricity. The electricity flows through the wires and touches the bulb and that is how a light bulb glows.
Yes it does. pure H2O will not conduct electricity, however most water has some impurities in it, and will then conduct quite nicely.
As metals are good conductors, they allow the electrons to pass through them. Hence they conduct electricity.