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tonyli28 2013-9-18 11:16 AM

conduct electricity

What kinds of chemical can conduct electricity? or what are the conditions for chemicals to conduct electricity??



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jmlo 2013-9-18 12:46 PM

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Are you talking about metals? Generic solids? Or solutions? :smile_41:

tonyli28 2013-9-18 01:22 PM

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Are you talking about metals? Generic solids? Or solutions? :smile_41: [/quote]
Anything. I just want to know what are the different conditions for chemicals to conduct electricity? (I apologize if you misunderstood my poor English:( )



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dustbus 2013-9-18 08:35 PM

mobile ion???
or delocalized electron:smile_41: :smile_41:

jmlo 2013-9-18 11:12 PM

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No. I don't mean that.  :smile_13:

I asked simply because solids and liquids conduct electricity in different ways. For example, solutions conduct electricity through mobile ions, while the "free electrons" in metals are responsible for their electrical conductance.
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