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Hello and welcome to my final project! Today, I will be teaching you about conductors and insulators.
Let's start off by asking, What is a conductor? (explain a conductor) What is an insulator? (explain insulator)
Metals and water
Now, let's look at some examples of conductors...
Now, let's look at some examples of insulators...
Wood, air, rubber, and plastic
How can we use to our advantage?
Conductors can spread electrons along its surface freely
Why are conductors and insulators important to physics?
insulators create "static" electricity, or stationary electrons
Did you know that most students believe an insulator cannot be electrified? (Bar, Shirtz, Brosh, and Sneider)
Lets look at an experiment to test this idea. (Wool and plastic picking up paper strips)
As you can see, rubbing the plastic comb with wool charged it. This means that insulators can be electrified.