Subject: Why do some foods act as a conductor and other foods act as insulators?
Date: Sat Apr 15 21:56:22 2000
Posted by Katie DeLaurentis
Grade level: 4-6
School: Bellehaven Elementary
City: Albuquerque State/Province: New Mexico
Area of science: Engineering
I am doing my science fair project on conductors to complete a circuit. I
found in one book that it has to do with acids in the food, but I don't
understand what that means?
Re: Why do some foods act as a conductor and other foods act as insulators?
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