What is the difference between an insulator and a
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Answer / ajay k mathew
dielectric is an insulator that can b used to store electrical energy.all dielectrics are insulators but the converse is not true
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Answer / nagarjuna
dielctric means which is a semi conducting material.and insulator is a material which does not allow for conduction.
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