Quiz: Conductivity and Properties

Why Do We Need to Worry about Static Electricity?

In this lesson, you will learn more about how static electricity is formed and why you must be aware of static electricity risks when handling flammable fluids.

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How Does Different Material Behave in Terms of Static Electricity?

Conductivity differs between different materials. To know how to handle your equipment onboard, you will learn more about the classification of materials in this lesson.

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What Are the Sources of Static Electricity Onboard?

In this lesson, you will learn more about static accumulators and the importance of interting when handling flammable fluids.

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What Precautions Can Be Implemented to Mitigate the Risks Posed By Static Electricity?

What can you do to minimize the risks of static electricity? In this lesson, you will learn more about precautions to prevent incidents that electrostatic discharges may cause.

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Quiz: Conductivity and Properties

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Question 1 of 3

What is conductivity?

Question 2 of 3

What do Non-Conductive Materials mean?

Question 3 of 3

Is the following statement true or false? Xylene has low conductivity.

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What is conductivity?

The measure of the ease at which a material or substance will melt.
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The measure of the ease at which an electric charge or heat can pass through a material.
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The measure of the ease at which a material or substance will explode.
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What do Non-Conductive Materials mean?

These materials have such conductivity that once they have received a charge they retain it for a very long period.
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These sort of materials are incapable of holding a charge unless insulated.
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These sort of materials can not hold their charge for longer than 5 hours.
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Is the following statement true or false? Xylene has low conductivity.

True.
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False.
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What is conductivity?

The measure of the ease at which a material or substance will melt.
Your answer
The measure of the ease at which an electric charge or heat can pass through a material.
Your answer
The measure of the ease at which a material or substance will explode.
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What do Non-Conductive Materials mean?

These materials have such conductivity that once they have received a charge they retain it for a very long period.
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These sort of materials are incapable of holding a charge unless insulated.
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These sort of materials can not hold their charge for longer than 5 hours.
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Is the following statement true or false? Xylene has low conductivity.

True.
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False.
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