What medal conducts heat best?

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In physics, thermal conductivity, (showed by the Latin capital of land), is the intensive property of a material which relates its ability to conduct heat.

Thermal conductivity is the quantity of heat, Q, transmitted through a thickness L, in a direction normal to a surface of area A, due to a temperature gradient (delta T), under steady state conditions and when the heat transfer is dependent only on the temperature gradient.

In general, thermal conductivity tracks electrical conductivity metals being good thermal conductors. There are exceptions: the most outstanding is that of diamond, which has a high thermal conductivity, between 1000, and 2600 W/mk, while its electrical conductivity is low.
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