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Electricity is a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons. Electricity is also a catalyst, or a booster, for some types of reactions, allowing materials to react in a way in which without the extra energy, they would not do so. Electricity can go through any metal that is a conductor, but the amount lost, or how well it travels depends on the resistance given by the metal. Not all metals are good conductors. Conductors are not just limited to metals. Water is also a conductor, however it is a poor one. Other liquids and some gasses could also be considered a conductor as well, although they conduct it so poorly that they can be classified as insulators rather than conductors. If it's matter, it can be used as a conductor or insulator.