A typical static shielding bag has a surface resistance of +/-10E11 ohm, inside surface and outside surface.
Let's say there's a DDR3 module inside a static shielding bag in such a way that all the pins of the memory module are making contact with the inside of the static shielding bag. And let's say i touch the inside surface of the bag.
Then will the voltage between me and the memory module be equalized safely?
If so, is it safe to say you can use a static shielding bag instead of an anti-static work surface mat, whenever there is no proper anti-static mat available? Because it's all about surface resistance, not about the material?