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 Is wood a good conductor of heat?

Answer Wood is not a good conductor of heat; it is an insulator. Conductors allow heat to move easily through their material, insulators do not. The insulating properties of wood make it a good choice for... Read More »
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How do I adjust the heat output of the Kozy Heat wood-burning fireplace?

Use Your Remote Transmitter to Adjust TemperatureOnce you have set up the remote transmitter of your Kozy Heat fireplace, if you have it set on "Auto" (automatic), it will send a signal to the fire... Read More »
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Is pure water a good conductor?

Pure water is not a good conductor of electricity; this is because pure water contains few ions for the electrical current to pass through. A good conductor contains many ions.Source:Texas Woman's ... Read More »
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Is nylon rope a good conductor of electricity?

Nylon rope is known for its dielectric qualities, meaning it is not a good conductor of electricity. Rather, nylon is known as an insulator of electricity because it repels moisture, preventing the... Read More »
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Is a gold ring a good conductor of electricity?

A gold ring is a reliably strong conductor of electricity; this is true for both gold rings made out of pure elemental gold and rings constructed from a gold alloy (a mixture of gold and other meta... Read More »
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