What Are Some Examples of Insulators?

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Examples of insulators are plastics, styrofoam, paper, rubber, glass and dry air among others. These are materials that inhibit the free flow of electrons them, therefore cannot conduct electricity.
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Wood, plastic, glass, - holds electrons tightly. opposite of conductors.
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Decomposers are organisms that eat dead or decaying matter. Fungi and bacteria are the most common decomposer but worms, vultures and cockroaches are decomposers as well.
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"What are some examples?" is a question for which students think about what they know about the term and apply it to those things that fit the description and meaning. Examples
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Styrofoam is the best for this project. Such as broken up coffee cups or packing peanuts. rocks are not a good choice. But most heat is lost by evaporation. So it's most important
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Some examples of insulators are glass, rubber, oil, asphalt, fiberglass, porcelain, ceramic, quartz, dry cotton, dry paper, dry wood, plastic, air, diamonds and pure water.
Some examples of insulators are for electrical purposes: silver, copper, and aluminum. Insulators that do not have electrical components are: rubber, dry wood, and glass.
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