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Insulator may refer to:

Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Thermal insulation Thermal insulation on the Huygens probe Rockwool Insulation, 1600 dpi scan against the grain Rockwool Insulation, 1600 dpi scan with the grain The term thermal insulation can refer to materials used to reduce the rate of heat transfer, or the methods and... Common insulation applications inside an apartment building in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. ... A Mott Insulator is a metal that naturally does not conduct electricity, however under certain conditions the metal can be made to conduct electricity. ...

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