Mahmoud Mostafa


An object or type of material that allows the flow of electrical current
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Has a conductivity between an insulator and a Conductor.
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Stops flow of electric currents.
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Comparing and Contrasting

Conductors let currents through with little to no resistance, and Insulators stop electrical currents and make them weak. Semiconductors are in between.


Conductor - Copper, aluminum, gold, and silver

Semiconductor - Silicon, selenium, and germanium.

Insulator - Plastics, Styrofoam, paper, and rubber.

Daily Electricity

Conductors are used in all cords I use to charge electronics.

A Semiconductor can be water and I drink water.

Insulators are also a part of all the cords we use the rubbery outside that stops the current.