Does Magnesium Conduct Electricity?

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Magnesium is a ductile, silver-white, chemically active metal with a hexagonal close-packed crystalline structure. The presence of delocalized electrons in its structure makes it a fairly good conductor of electricity.
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it doesn't only if it is a molten or liquid.
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Magnesium conducts electricity because it is a metal with relatively free electrons that can move from atom to atom. It is like a cloud of electrons that can be pushed along under
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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
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On deals with heat transmission (diamond is great at that) the other transmission of electrons (diamond is very poor at that) Most metals are fairly good at both.
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