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 Does hydrogen conduct electricity?

Answer No, hydrogen does not conduct electricity on its own. The protons in hydrogen are tightly bound to it so an electric current does not have access to a mobile charge component that can carry an elec... Read More »
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Does hydrogen conduct heat?

Hydrogen is able to conduct heat, which is also known as being able to conduct energy. However, it is not particularly good at doing so. It is therefore considered a poor conductor of heat and ener... Read More »
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How well does neodymium conduct electricity?

Neodymium exhibits a conductivity of 1.6 MegaSiemens per meter (MS/m). Conductivity reflects the ability of a material to carry an electric charge. For purposes of comparison, copper and iron exhib... Read More »
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Does sugar water conduct electricity?

When compounds break down in water, sometimes positive and negative ions are formed, which are able to carry electric current and conduct electricity. Sugar dissolved in water does not form any ion... Read More »
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Does deionized water conduct electricity?

Deionized water conducts electricity, but very little compared to water containing more ions. Deionized water can still ionize to positive and negative ions that conduct electricity, but because it... Read More »
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