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Q: To prevent or reduce the transmission of electricity heat or sound to or from by surrounding with a non conducting material?
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What does An insulator?

an insulator- to prevent or reduce the transfer of electricity,heat,or sound by surrounding or lining with a non-conducting material.


Is conducting electricity a physical change or a chemical change?

It's neither since the copper isn't changing at all. Electrons are just flowing through the copper atoms.


What is the difference between a conductor and a resistor?

A conductor is a material that conducts electricity through it. Resistors main job is to oppose the flow of electrons through a conducting material. Resistivity can be understood in detail with the help of Ohm's Law.


Is a soda can a good conductor of electricity?

Coke is the solid carbonaceous material derived from destructive distillation of low-ash, low-sulfur bituminous coal. Cokes from coal are grey, hard, porous, and not considered good at conducting electricity.


Definition of conduction?

the process by which heat or electricity is directly transmitted through a substance when there is a difference of temperature or of electrical potential between adjoining regions, without movement of the material.


Is quartz a conducting material or insulator?

Insulator.


Nonliving material surrounding cells is called?

The nonliving material surrounding cells is called protoplasm.


What do you call a material that allows electricity to flow through it easily?

A material that electricity can conduct electricity.


Electricity that does not flow?

What you are referring to is called static electricity. It is defined as the accumulation of electric charge on the surface of a non-conducting (insulating) material. It is generally produced by friction or by electrostatic induction.


Why tyres of plane are made of conducting material?

They are made of conducting material in order to earth it from (neutralize) any excess static charges accumulated on the plane's surface.


What happens when you decrease the temperature of a material?

The electrons will start moving faster and less predictably, eventually turning the material into a liquid. After a while, the material will vaporize into a gas. The material may change color. For example, it might start to glow red or orange. The material will expand. Furthermore, the more heat you add to a material, the less conducting it becomes to electricity. This is because the electrons will be interfering with the flow of electricity. The amount of ohms will therefore increase. And of course it becomes hotter, but that one's obvious.


What do you call a material that can carry electricity?

An electrical conductor is a material that can carry electricity.