Created by Kiedis L. Clute


Materials that freely allow the flow of electrons with very little resistance.

I find this in my every day life for example a cord to my lamp or a cord to my headphones.

Examples of this are copper.


Materials that do not allow electrons to flow freely but do not directly stop them either.

I find this in my daily life in my computer or in my gaming consoles.

Examples of semiconductors Silicon.


a material that electric current cannot move easily through such as air, plastic, glass, and rubber.

I find this on power lines or power "poles" when I am driving.