What is responsible for the conductivity of metal ?
A) Delocalized electrons
B) number of atoms
C) atomic kernel
Asked by drbharatkaila | 25th Nov, 2018, 06:17: PM
The free movement of electrons in the metal is responsible for thermal and electrical conductivity.
Answered by Ramandeep | 26th Nov, 2018, 09:55: AM
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