Why does rubber don't readily conduct electricity like metal?
Why does the particles of rubber refuse to allow electricity to passes through it, while metal does....?
Metals are able to conduct electricity because the outer valence shell isn't filled up. Electrons are able to move freely by pushing away the electron in front of them and taking its spot.
Rubber has a full outer valence electron which means that it can't hold electrons. The electricity bounces right off.
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