When a metal like iron is corroded it is said to be decayed,so can a decayed metal conduct electri

Asked by  | 24th Mar, 2009, 01:01: PM

Expert Answer:

Metals conduct electricity because they have free electrons which are charge carriers.

When iron is corroded, it forms a compound and does not remain in elemental state. So, corroded iron will not conduct electricity.

 

Answered by  | 24th Mar, 2009, 08:32: PM

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