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(in'sŭ-lā'tŏr),
A nonconducting substance used as insulation.
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The OEM, not having access to automated cleaning once the final assembly is complete, strongly advocated leaving RMA flux residues on the assembly, since rosin is an excellent electrical insulator and often results in higher surface insulation resistance (SIR) levels than bare, fully cleaned boards.
Electrical Insulator, Technical Report on Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES), submitted to the
The cured adhesive is also a superior electrical insulator, further expanding its usefulness.
Dielectric: A material which is an electrical insulator, having the capability to store electricity and to discharge electricity instantly.
With resistance to many chemicals, including water, oil and fuels, it is also an electrical insulator.
A hardened compound of electrical insulator with a volume resistivity greater than 1,012 ohm-cm.
Washington, March 8 (ANI): A research team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has found a way to transform the most widely used polymer, polyethylene, into a material that conducts heat just as well as most metals, yet remains an electrical insulator.
It is also usable for other applications where a soft nonabrasive electrical insulator is required.
The element acts as a thermal barrier and electrical insulator.
The show was hosted by David Lussey, inventor of Quantum Tunnelling Composite (QTC), an electrical insulator which looks like rubber and can be turned into a conductor by applying even the slightest pressure.
The hardened resin is also an electrical insulator.
The aqueous liquid exhibits thermal stability up to 1500-deg F, and is a good electrical insulator.

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