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24 February, 04:47

Can sulfur hexafluoride conduct electricity in solid form?

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  1. 24 February, 04:57
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    Sulfur hexafluoride cannot conduct electricity in solid form but in a gaseous dielectric medium. It is widely used for high-voltage circuit breakers and other electrical equipment when in gaseous state for under this pressure; it has much higher dielectric strength than air and dry nitrogen. Furthermore, this is a result of the gas high electronegativity and density.
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