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What characteristic of metals makes them good electrical conductors? (1 point) They have mobile valence electrons. They have mobile protons. They have mobile cations. Their crystal structures can be rearranged easily.
The characteristic of metals that makes them good electrical conductors is: They have mobile valence electrons.
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The characteristic of metals that makes them good electrical conductors is: They have mobile valence electrons.

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