None of those materials will conduct electricity. They are therefore called insulators. However if a sufficiently high voltage is applied across an insulator it is possible that it will be damaged. This is known as the "breakdown voltage". The amount of voltage needed to cause breakdown depends mainly on its physical and chemical composition and partly on its actual thickness. For the materials stated - and provided that their surfaces are not damp or wet - the breakdown voltage is probably many thousands of volts. As can be imagined, when an insulator breaks down there will most probably be a flash of light, a loud bang and lots of smoke, maybe even a fire, so these kinds of things can only be tested safely in a properly equipped lab or maybe at your local Fire Station! The speed of electric travel thru a 'paper' capacitor or a 'plastic' capacitor is about the same (not familiar with a 'yarn' capacitor?). The main differences are the dielectric strengths of the materials which means HOW THICK do the materials have to be before the electricity will break thru it. If you meant to ask what the wire covering (yes, wire used to be covered with yarn!) does to the speed, the covering has no affect on speed.
Plastic is an insulator, therefore it cannot
Because electricity can only travel through metal.
because electricity cant travel through plastic and it wont give you an electric shock!
They travel fastest through solid rock.
conductors are thing that electricity travels through, metal insulators are things electricity does not travel through, dry wood, paper, plastic.
No. Seismic waves travel fastest through solids.
electricity can travel through anything with a positive and negative electrical charge
it goes fastest through metal
No, but sound can travel at 4,540 m/sNo, sound travels fastest through solids.
Vibrational waves may travel through Beryllium at almost 13 000 metres per second. In general, mechanical waves travel fastest through a solid, next fastest through a liquid, and slowest through a gas.
Light travels fastest through a vacuum. After that it travels fastest through air since it is almost the same.
Yes, electricity can travel through mineral water because of the presence of ions.
Electricity can travel through a vacuum by physically transporting electrons and photons.
Sound waves travel the fastest through nonporous solids.
Light travels fastest through space which has no air. Space is a vacuum which is the fastest way for light to travel.
Sound will travel fastest through gases because the molecules are a lot more spaced apart, it will travel slowly through liquids and hardly at all through solids.
Sound travels through a solid the fastest.
Sound travels fastest through iron and sound travels slowest through air!