An electrical conductor is a substance that can be removed by an electrically charged carrier, usually electrons, by the use of voltage from atom to atoms. Normally to run, the ability to send some, such as power or heat.
Pure basic silver is the best electrical conductor facing daily life. Copper, steel, gold, aluminum, and brass are good valves. In the electrical and electronic systems, all the conductors are screwed in hard solid clay or circuit boards.
Some liquids are well electrical conductors. Mercury is a wonderful example. A supplemental salt water solution works as a fair conductor. Gases are generally poor controllers because the atoms are not too far to exchange electrons free of charge. However, if a sample of gas contains a significant ion, it can act as a suitable conductor.
A substance that does not conduct electricity, it is called an insulating or dielectric element. Common examples include most gas, porcelain, glass, plastic, and distilled water. An element that performs well, but not very well, it is known as a preventive. The most common example is that the combination of carbon and clay is mixed together in a specific ratio so that there is a constant and predictive dispute of the current flow of electricity.
The substances work as well as some conditions on semiconductor and under other conditions under the poor partnership. Examples of silicon, zeronium, and various metal oxide semiconductor materials. A semiconductor, both electrons and so-called holes (absence of electrons) act as carriers of charge.
At very low temperatures, some metal cells will use better electricity than any known substance at temperature. This phenomenon is called superconductivity and a substance that acts like this is called a super conductor.