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Electrical Conductivity of Metals

  Electrical conductivity Electrical resistivity Thermal Conductivity Thermal expansion coef. Density Melting point or degradation (10.E6 Siemens/m) (10.E-8 Ohm.m) (W/m.k) 10E-6(k-1) from 0 to 100°C (g/cm3) (°C) Silver 62,1 1,6 420 19,1 10,5 961 copper 58,5 1,7 401 17 8,9 1083 Gold 44,2 2,3 317 14,1 19,4 1064 Aluminium 36,9 2,7 237 23,5 2,7 660 Molybden 18,7 5,34 138 4,8…


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Electrical Trivia from TJGS

Here is a little trivia for those who might need to know in the future. There are many battery operated electrical gadgets out there (example: electric fly-swatter ) that can provide as much pain as a violet wand due to their higher amperage. Mylar which is normally an insulator, can become a conductor if it is coated with a metallic…


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Science of Violet Wands (Collected Information)

  This page discusses safe, sane, and consensual electro-tortue. All discussions of safety assume healthy adults. Children and people with pacemakers will be considerably more vulnerable. This page, by itself, should not be considered adequate safety training for electrotorture. You will find some safety information here, however, which to the best of my knowledge is not availible anywhere else on…