Silver is the most electrically and thermally conductive metal. Other metals with a high level of electrical conductivity are copper and gold. More »

Silver is the best metal conductor, but graphene is the best overall material at conducting electricity. Graphene consists of carbon atoms arranged in extremely thin sheets, and has the lowest electrical resistance of an... More »

Gold is a very good conductor of electricity. It is often used as plating for connectors because it does not tarnish or corrode easily. More »

Silver is the best metal conductor, but graphene is the best overall material at conducting electricity. Graphene consists of carbon atoms arranged in extremely thin sheets, and has the lowest electrical resistance of an... More »

According to NEWTON, ice can conduct electricity, but it's a very poor conductor. Water doesn't conduct electricity; impurities in the water (ions) do, and ions don't tunnel around very quickly in frozen water. More »

Although many people think water conducts electricity well, pure water is a poor conductor since its molecules do not have free electrons to travel and thus transfer current. Pure water, however, rarely exists in nature.... More »

Citric acid is not a good conductor of electricity. This is because it is an example of a weak acid, which breaks down in water quickly. More »