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1. In the real world there are many insulators that you encounter every day. Give an example of a material that is an insulator and another material that is a conductor that you may use on a regular basis. Why do you think these materials were chosen for their particular function?

2. Food stores usually frozen foods that are open at the top. Why does the warm air not melt the food?

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  1. 1. Styrofoam insulates, copper conducts.

    2. Warm air rises.

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