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Which Metal Best Conducts Electricity? | All Metals Fabrication » Electric conductivity is the movement of electrically charged particles. All metals conduct electricity to a certain extent, but certain metals are more highly conductive. The most highly conductive metals are silver, copper and gold.

Do heatsinks conduct electricity? » well ive asked a few people and have got different answers. if i put one across some circuitry would it stuff it up and makle it short-circuit? thanks for any replies :D the heatsink would be something like the one on this card…

Common Metals That Are Used in Electrical Wires And Cables » Are you wondering what's used in electrical wiring? Check out our post to learn what types of metals are used in electrical wires and cables.

r/explainlikeimfive on Reddit: ELI5: Why is gold so soft, and why does it conduct electricity so well? » Posted by u/Ex_Nihil - 36 votes and 26 comments

Synthesis of Electrical Conductive Silica Nanofiber/Gold Nanoparticle Composite by Laser Pulses and Sputtering Technique » Biocompatible-sensing materials hold an important role in biomedical applications where there is a need to translate biological responses into electrical signals. Increasing the biocompatibility of these sensing devices generally causes a reduction in…

r/askscience on Reddit: If silver is cheaper than gold and also conducts electricity better why do major companies prefer to use gold conductors in computing units? » Posted by u/ShvoogieCookie - 8,221 votes and 467 comments

Gold Plating your heatsink » Hi guys, i was wondering what your thoughts are on  gold plating your heatsink to improve thermal conductivity and thus cooling performance.   now, im pretty sure this isnt very cost effective and since most heatsinks have a high surface area it would take alot of gold. what im purposing is to just plate half the fins so you can have the advantage of aluminum's rapid heat dissaption, but lower thermal conductivity compenstated by gold's higher thermal conductivy, but slow thermal dissapation. th…


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