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How Conductors Work, Christensen, Victoria G.

How Conductors Work

Author: Christensen, Victoria G.
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781512421385, Related ISBNs: 1512421383, 21166EB, 9781512407822, 9781512410082, 9781512421378
Classification: Non-Fiction


Did you know that trees, buildings, and even people can act as conductors for electricity? Or have you ever wondered why we're warned not to go outside during a thunderstorm? Scientists, engineers, and electricians use conductors in their work and research, but conductors are also found in many of the devices and tools we use every day. But how does electricity travel through a conductor? Why are some materials better conductors than others? Discover how a conductor works, as well as what makes a good insulator, and explore how different types of conductors work in modern technology!

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