Glass is an electrical insulator. But glass more readily conducts heat.
Myella! Glass is an insulator... hehehaha.
Glass is a nearly-perfect insulator.
a glass microscope slide is an insulator
Since glass isn't a conductor, a glass jar is an insulator.
glass is not a very good conductive so it is an insulator
Yes, a glass microscope slide is an electrical insulator. Glass is generally considered an electrical insulator.
Glass and glass marbles are an insulator unless their is some conducting material embedded in the glass.
It is a insulator. The glass does not have free electrons to flow as current, and the air in the tube is also an insulator.
Glass makes a good insulator for electrical systems because glass will not melt too easily. Glass is also a good insulator on a house because air cannot pass directly through the glass.
An insulator. Glass cannot conduct or pass electrical current.
It is an insulator- glass does not conduct electricity (although it can conduct heat).
insulator. it is not a very good insulator though.
Glass is an insulator
It is a insulator because glass is not a metal so it is NOT A CONDUCTOR.
A: Glass is a very good insulator and fiber glass are just fibers of glass. VERY dangerous if inhaled because of it.
Glass in a molten state is a conductor of electricity. When glass turns to a solid state it becomes an insulator.Basically, glass in a window or a test tube would be the solid state and so it is a insulator of electricity.
Glass is an insulator!?! LOL
Yes, it is. :)
its a insulator.. it isnt good conductor