Materials That Conduct Heat?


Materials that conduct heat are called conductors. Examples of good conductors of heat would be metals such as iron and copper. Diamond can also conduct heat pretty well. On the other hand, materials that are not capable of conducting heat are called insulators.
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Electricity conducts heat the most. For Ex. have you ever thought about how most of your appliances work like a heating blanket, heater, oven, microwave, Ext.
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Use the circuit switch to determine the conductivity of different materials. Collect a variety of objects that you want to test. Detach the negative ends of the wires that you connected
Metals, which have a high free-electron density, are good
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