Insulators are rubber or plastic but i don't know about
conductors! Sorry, hope it was helpful
humans are not insulators, but are conductors!
The Insulators in a torch is the rubber. I think.
Insulators are conductors
Insulators: wood, plastic Conductors: Copper, Gold
Conductors conduct electricity. Insulators do not conduct any electricity. Most metals are conductors.
conductors are good conductors of heat ...where as insulators are bad conductors of heat......this condition also applies in the case of electricity ....
Metals are good conductors of electricity. Insulators are bad conductors of electricity. Similarly, semiconductor devices are partial conductors of electricity means their conductivity lies between conductors and insulators.
The Opposite of insulators is conductors
the resistivity of semiconductors lies between those of conductors and insulators
The rails are good conductors The wooden ties they rest on are insulators
Insulators are the complete opposite of conductors. Insulators insulate the heat, but conductors let it pass straight through.
Metals are conductors, not insulators. Both electrical and thermal conductors.
Insulators can shield electricity, while conductors help it move. Insulators contain no free electrons to allow the flow of electricity.
insulators insulators semi-conductors and conductors are classified by their valence band gap
No. Insulators have higher resistance (lower conductance, 1 / resistance) than conductors.
Insulators will have a higher resistance.
They are moderately good insulators.
Metals are good Conductors!
they are Conductors, not much for insulation though.
Metals are conductors. Metals are conductors. Metals are conductors. Metals are conductors.
Conductors let energy (such as electricity and heat) flow through them easily while insulators do not.
because insulators don't conduct any electricity but conductors do conduct electricity
insulators do not allow electricity to pass through them whereas conductors allow electricity to pass through them.
Good conductors are poor insulators.
No, indeed! Most metals are conductors, not insulators.
Insulators do not allow electric current to flow through. Conductors allow electric current to flow through.
Because you need conductors to take electricity to where it is needed. You need insulators to stop it going where it shouldn't.
In electricity, Insulators help insulate electric charges. Conductors conduct the electric charges and make them into electricity.
Metals and graphite are good electrical conductors, all others are good insulators.
Insulators do not conduct electricity. They have high resistance.However, conductors allow electricity to flow and has low resistance.
Conductors are materials that allow electrons to flow easily through it. Metals are the best examples of conductors. Insulators to the opposite; they don't like letting their electrons flow. Glass, rubber, and wood are some examples of insulators.
are you stuck on the learning assed task wiring a house? is the question.... Described materials in the circuit as conductors and insulators? because i am stuck!
Three examples of conductors are copper, iron, and water. Three examples of insulators are rubber, glass, and plastic.
When subjected to potential differences, conductors let the current flow while insulators prevent it.
No, most gases are good insulators. Fluids can be good conductors. Mercury is normally a liquid and is a good conductor.
A piece of rubber or plastic is used as insulator in a torch
In general, metals are good conductors of heat and electricity.
Wood, rubber, are common insulators (poor conductors).
Materials that have free electrons are good conductors of heat as well as electricity, so they are not insulators
conductors: copper iron aluminium insulators: wood plastic glass HOPE YOU LIKE IT =) HAVE A GOOD DAY!
Red and green are colors, not insulators or conductors. Either insulators or conductors may be red colored or green colored.
Both are equally important. Insulators keep the electricity from going where it is not wanted while conductors take electricity where it is wanted.
solids are of 3 types 1)insulators 2)conductors and 3)semi-conductors conductors easily conduct electricity and semi conductors conduct electricity at suitable conditions but insulators do not conduct electricity
Metals tend to be excellent conductors. This makes them poor insulators.
Ten examples of insulators are: rubber,glass paper
Conductors transmit, while insulators don't. Usually, they transmit electricity and/or heat. Usually, they poorly transmit electricity and/or heat (insulators). Usually, the classification by electricity or by heat is highly corrected.
they are realeted with electricity
because it protects you
1.Conductors are those substances which can conduct electricity completely. 2.Semi-conductors are substances,conduct electricity partially. 3.Insulators cannot conduct electricity at all.
conductors are thing that electricity travels through, metal insulators are things electricity does not travel through, dry wood, paper, plastic.