Does Aluminum Conduct Electricity?


Aluminum does conduct electricity. It is not the most conducive metal however. Copper and steel are two metals that are more conducive than aluminum.
Q&A Related to "Does Aluminum Conduct Electricity?"
Its doesn't have free or mobile electrons as a compound.
Aluminum foil's metallic bonds allow charge to be easily transferred
Electricity consists of the movement of negatively charged electrons. Substances that conduct electricity, such as iron, have some way of letting the electrons move from one place
In order to conduct electricity a solution needs ions to carry the current. Sodium chloride contains ions, sugar does not. So, sugar can't conduct electricity. Sugars are held together
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