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Wood: Wood is a very bad conductor of heat and therefote conduction does not take place.
Heat conduction does not take place in liquids and solids. This happens because molecules of both gases and liquids move randomly or in a specific direction.
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because the intermolecular spaces between particals is very large and hence conduction can't take place rather heat is transferred by convection.
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conduction of heat doesnot take place in gases because the molecular arrangement in gases are very loosely packed so there is no place for the conduction of heat whereas in the solids and liquid the molecular arrangement are tightly packed in solids and slight tightly packed in liquids which enables the conductivity of heat whereas this doesnot occur in gases.
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the the conduction of heat does not take oxygen
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Conduction and convection are not possible in vacuum, they require medium, as in convection, heat transfer takes place only by motion of particles in the medium and in vacuum particles are not present.
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