Why can we not use rubber to make electric wires?
Asked by kv.cyfuture | 3rd Sep, 2018, 12:58: PM
Electric wires are used to make wires that can conduct or transmit electric current across any given circuit.
Rubber is not a conductor of electricity and therefore, they are not used to make electric wires.
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 3rd Sep, 2018, 02:06: PM
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