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Is glass an insulator or conductor?
in Grade 12 Physical Sciences by Diamond (50,516 points) | 58 views

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It is an insulator. Materials like glass have no free electrons and in the absence of free or delocalized electrons, they are unable to conduct electricity
by Wooden (227 points)
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An Insulator is a material that does not conduct electricity or heat, so Glass is an Insulator. To conduct electricity, material must posses free electrons.
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