Conductors And Insulators (कंडक्टर इन्सुलेटर)| Electricity | Gold, Copper, Silver | Science For kids

Conductors And Insulators (कंडक्टर इन्सुलेटर)| Electricity | Gold, Copper, Silver | Science For kids


Hello there young children, welcome to Hungama Kids. So how do you feel today? Have you been enjoying the videos we put up for you? We are here to give you answers to your daily questions. If you want to know about something in particular
then do let us know in the comments section and we will definitely make the video for you the next time. So let’s tell you a little about Good Conductors
and Bad Conductors or Insulators today. So what do you think they are? No… they are not about the behaviour of
a conductor who takes your tickets in a bus. Hahaha… just kidding. So let’s explain this. First let’s understand what do you mean
by a conductor? Well in science, a conductor is one that allows
heat or electricity to pass through it. So what does that mean? Why would you want something to be able to
pass heat or electricity through it? Let’s take an example. If you wanted to drink some hot water, how do you heat it? Well, if you put water in a metal pan, the
water becomes hot because the heat from the fire of the flame passes through the metal. This process of heat passing through the metal
is called conduction and the metal is called a good conductor. Bad conductors or insulators are those that do not let heat or electricity pass through them. So now you know why Papa tells you to wear plastic slippers when you touch something electrical or why are the wires covered with a rubber material? Well all of these are insulators. Here are some examples of conductors and insulators. Conductors: Metal, graphite, human body Insulators: Paper, wood, plastic So can you tell us what you know about conductors and insulators? Let us know in the comments below and don’t
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