Subject: What makes copper the best conductor?
Date: Wed Mar 18 10:32:34 1998
Posted by William McDowell
Grade level: 7-9
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Area of science: Physics
Hi I have written to you before and have another question. We did a
conductivity experiment in my class (Grade 7) with metals such as
brass., copper, aluminum, nickel and iron. We used a metal bar with
all the metals on it and the outside had wax on it. The copper one
melted the wax first. I do not understand what makes copper the best
conductor Could you explain it to me. Thanks
Re: What makes copper the best conductor?
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