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the metal on a radiator

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Conductor: steel utencils, copper wire;metallic doorknobs;

Insulators:wooden furniture;rubber slippers,handles etc; plastic things like mugs

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a good conductor is the bottom of a saucepan

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ion boiler and microwave

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