Question

State two differences between a conductor and an insulator of electricity.

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Answer

The differences between a conductor and an insulator of electricity are as follows —

Conductor Insulator
Allow the current to flow through them easily Do not allow current to flow through them.
They have large number of free electrons and they offer a very small resistance to the flow of current. They have almost no electrons and offer a very high resistance to the flow of current.

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