Insulators — WSU

Insulators — WSU - Insulators - WSU

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Insulators Other elements offer high resistance to electrical current passing through them. These elements are known as insulators. Insulators have five to eight electrons in their valance ring (outer orbit). Examples of insulators are: glass, wood, most plastics and rubber, air, and pure water. Insulators will still allow current to pass through them, however it takes a great amount of electromotive force to cause this to
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