A heat conductor is something which is could at transferring heat. Think of a metal spoon in a pan of boiling water. The spoon feels hot because the metal is good at transferring the heat to your hand.
On the other hand, an insulator is something which is bad at transferring heat. They can be used either to keep heat in, or to keep it out. For instance, because air is a good insulator, hot water tanks often are covered in foam, which traps air, which helps to keep the heat in.
Difference between specific heat and calorie
actually there is no difference , infact condenser itself is a heat exchanger
heat refers to the amount of high temperature in air.... and humidity refers to the amount of water in air.....
Metals are conductors of heat. Gold is a metal.
A conductor can conduct heat and electricity, but an insulator can't.
No. it is not
because it's a good heat conducter Electric conductors tend to be good heat conductors, but the above seems reasonable.
Normally, materials which are good conductors of electricity are also good conductors of heat. This is because both electrical conductivity and heat conductivity is enhanced by mobile electrons, thus making metals both good electrical conductors and good heat conductors. However, I do not know if there might be an exception...
Of course it is!
yes,in fact it is good conductor of heat
An insulator is a materials that will not let heat or electricity flow
Water might be a insulater if its hot.