Which of the following states of matter is always a good conductor of electricity? solid, liquid, gas, or plasma **:/ Thank you!

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Which of the following states of matter is always a good conductor of electricity? solid, liquid, gas, or plasma **:/ Thank you!

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Plasma
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how come it is plasma?

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Why? It's because the atomic nuclei are so closely packed that an electron ends up being pushed into a lower orbit at same speed, meaning electron can break orbit without extra energy, also newly introduced electrons will not have enough room to make orbits so will just flow through a material with minimal resistance.
ohh okay! thank you:) do you get this then, too? :P What particles make up a plasma of hydrogen? A. H_2 only B. H^+ only C. e^- only D. H^+ and e^-
One electron and one proton
does that mean choice D? :O
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ione electron and one proton - but those are now known to be made of other particles :P
one*
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