Electrical Engineering - Voltage, Current and Resistance - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Voltage, Current and Resistance - General Questions (Q.No. 1)
Materials with lots of free electrons are called
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Cheeku said:   1 decade ago
Conductors have more free electrons that are not aligned, once the voltage is applied they start conducting, but semiconductors don conducts til the threshold voltage is overcome. So conductors have more free electrons than others.

Anand said:   1 decade ago
Thanks cheeku

Surajit said:   1 decade ago
Every conductor has many free electrons for which they can conduct electricity.

Afzal said:   1 decade ago
In an atom the free electrons are present at outermost orbit.It can easily flow from one atom to another by applying voltage. So it is called as conductor.

Rachit.Shah said:   1 decade ago
Conductor has more free electrons and the energy gap between conduction and valence band is less so free electron easily goes to conductance band so.

Deepak said:   1 decade ago
Conductor means, it is a substance which easily flow of electricity.

Narendra said:   1 decade ago
Conductor is a substance,which conducts electricity due to flow of maximum electrons.

Narendra kuldeep said:   1 decade ago
Conductor may be easily generate electricity so more free electrons in conductor is called conductor.

Antony said:   1 decade ago
Conductor is a material that allow free flow of current.

NAVYA.SURYADEVARA said:   1 decade ago
Conductor has a property that flow of electrons when voltage is applied to it.

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