1. not able to conduct heat or electricity or sound
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How To Use nonconducting In A Sentence

  • Electrical wires can also produce heat and fire if they are left bare—without nonconducting insulation—near flammable material, such as wood or sawdust. HOME COMFORTS
  • If possible, stand on something dry and nonconducting, such as a mat or folded newspapers. Baby and Child Emergency First Aid
  • This combination of vitreous and resinous electric ethers is again destroyed or weakened by the attractions of other bodies; as they separate intirely, or exist in different proportions, forming atmospheres round conducting and nonconducting bodies; and in this they resemble other combinations of matters; as oxygen and azote, when united in the production of nitrous acid, are again separated by carbone; which attracts the oxygen more powerfully, than that attracts the azote, with which it is combined. Note XII
  • In this type of fire, therefore, the extinguishing agent should be nonconducting. HOME COMFORTS
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