Material where electrons are loosely bound and are able to flow throughout due to the free electrons.
Materials where electrons are bound and don’t flow easily.
Materials in between insulator and conductor.
A material where electrons flow without any resistance. Generally, superconductivity only occurs at very low temperatures.
An intrinsic property of a material that partially determines the resistance of a wire.
A device used to store or accumulate electric energy. This is done by oppositely charging two nearby conductive surfaces that are not in contact with each other.
An insulating material is inserted between the plates of a capacitor.
The factor that describes the additional capacitance gained by adding a dielectric material between the plates of a capacitor.