How does atomic structure affect electrical conductivity?

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Apr 15, 2018

Answer:

The atoms which have fewer electronic shells have, the lower the electrical conductivity it has.

Explanation:

The less electronic shells an atom has, the stronger the intermolecular forces. This means that these atoms are more reluctant to share/transfer electrons and do not conduct electricity very well or are insulators.This link is for a website I used to aid me in my answer