is it possible for every material to get free electrons after coming into molten state
Asked by ashishaman25082004 | 21st Jun, 2019, 07:40: PM
No, Every material have it's own poroperty. Electrons are released in excited state which is varies according to material so it does not depend on state.
Answered by Ravi | 24th Jun, 2019, 02:11: PM
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