Physics, asked by Thinkab13, 12 days ago

if we apply a high voltage electricity to an insulator then the insulator will be insulator or conductor??​


Answered by krimusa7524

yeah .,

it is possible let us take a conductor we apply voltage more than 3 x 10 '6

then the charges will leak and make air conductive which is an insulator

krimusa7524: 12 th
Thinkab13: okkk then do you know about Benjamin Franklin
krimusa7524: yeah
Thinkab13: do a dirty rope is conductive
Thinkab13: tell
krimusa7524: yeah , when it is wet
Thinkab13: only if wet if dirty then it will not conduct electricity
krimusa7524: no
krimusa7524: remark my answer
Thinkab13: can you explain your answer more briefly
Answered by Anonymous

An electrical insulator is a material whose internal electric charges do not flow freely; very little electric current will flow through it under the influence of an electric field. This contrasts with other materials, semiconductors and conductors, which conduct electric current more easily.

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