How does metallic bonding affect conductivity?

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Jun 22, 2018

Answer:

Through delocalised electrons.

Explanation:

Metals exist in atom state. Metallic bonding is the bond that exist between the atoms. The electrons do not only flow at its respective atoms but instead, contribute to a sea of delocalised electrons. As a result, metals can conduct electricity as the delocalised electrons are able to carry charges.