What Is an Example of a Bad Insulator?

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Metal is an example of a bad insulator of heat.
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According to physics, an example of a bad insulator is metal. This is because metal is a very good conductor of electricity yet an insulator is a material that resists the flow of electric charge. Examples of good insulators include glass, paper and Teflon.
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