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The study of the presence and flow of electric charge. Charges, currents, fields, potentials.

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When defining a material's conductivity, we usually consider its conductivity of heat and conductivity of electricity separately. However, I realize that materials like metal conduct both heat and … electricity well. In contrast, materials like wood and glass conduct both heat and electricity poorly. Therefore can we conclude that if a material is bad at conducting one kind of "flow of energy", then it will also be bad at conducting another kind of "flow of energy"? Thanks a lot. …
asked Apr 7 '18 by Danny