can we can say that one matter ia an insulator or a conductor on the basis of flow of electron

Asked by ARUN DWIVEDI | 5th Apr, 2011, 12:00: AM

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A conductor has a large number of free electrons to conduct heat/electricity but an insulator has negligible free electrons, hence it cannot conduct heat/electricity.
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Answered by  | 6th Apr, 2011, 11:18: AM

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