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anonymous

  • one year ago

If you are looking for a material that is a good conductor, you will look for a material that will resist neutron flow. readily accept electron flow. resist electron flow. readily accept neutron flow.

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  1. anonymous
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    @GeniousCreation

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    @paki

  3. anonymous
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    Conductors always allow a certain type of energy to flow. So you can get rid of the two "resist..." choices.

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    Soo B?

  5. anonymous
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    Yes! You are correct.

  6. anonymous
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    Thank youu! :) I have a couple more if you dont mind?

  7. anonymous
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    In order to be considered a semi-conductor the material must have insulator and conductor properties. resist electron flow. have ions that are negative and accept charges. easily accept electron flow.

  8. anonymous
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    Sure do you want to post them in a separate thread? Close this one, and post a new question. :P

  9. anonymous
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    Yeahh thats finee :)

  10. anonymous
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    Kay. :P

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