i need a little information on these materials
heres an example
Bare Can (copper)
This is a red can which is a good conductor of electricity and heat, and is has a low level of reactivity.Copper is a member of the transition metals and forms ionic compounds, it is unaffected by water and acids The can will have no form of lagging at all and so will rely totally on the copper can to trap the heat from the water and keep it hot. The bare can has a big disadvantage compared to the other cans as the other cans have both the coppers insulation to trap the heat as well as their form of lagging. Copper is a really good conductor, so good that it is used as the conductor in most electrical plugs, and wires, and so will be a poor insulator. This means that the bare can should lose a lot of heat very quickly, and will most probably lose the most heat out of all the laggings.
can someone do that for each material??