Not conductive (of heat, sound, electricity etc.)

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  • nonconductive — [spelling only] …   English World dictionary

  • nonconductive — adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • nonconductive — nÉ‘nkÉ™n dÊŒktɪv / nÉ’n adj. not conductive, not transmitting …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nonconductive — adjective not able to conduct heat or electricity or sound • Syn: ↑nonconducting, ↑non conducting • Ant: ↑conductive * * * adj …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Electrostatic induction — is a redistribution of electrical charge in an object, caused by the influence of nearby charges. [cite web last = first = authorlink = coauthors = title = Electrostatic induction work = Encyclopaedia Britannica online publisher = Encyclopaedia… …   Wikipedia

  • Nonconductor — Nonconductors or electrical insulators are materials which lack movable electric charges, and which therefore lack a low resistance path for charge flow. When a difference in electrical potential is placed across a nonconductor, no free charges… …   Wikipedia

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