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Please help. Copper has a low electrical conductor means a charge can move through it easily? (right?)
electrical resistance is measured in units of volts. - (right?)

  • Science -

    no, copper is a high electrical conductor. and electrical measure is in units of volts.

  • Science (correction) -

    Copper is the best conductor of electricity.

    The unit of electrical resistance is the ohm.

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