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Solution: You may want to reference (Pages 486 - 489) Section 12.4 while completing this problem.State whether each sentence is true or false.(a) Metals have high electrical conductivities because the electrons

Problem

You may want to reference (Pages 486 - 489) Section 12.4 while completing this problem.

State whether each sentence is true or false.
(a) Metals have high electrical conductivities because the electrons in the metal are delocalized.
(b) Metals have high electrical conductivities because they are denser than other solids.
(c) Metals have large thermal conductivities because they expand when heated.
(d) Metals have small thermal conductivities because the delocalized electrons cannot easily transfer the kinetic energy imparted to the metal from heat.