Subject: Is leather a non-conductor of electricity (to any degree)?
Date: Sat Jun 3 13:59:35 2006
Posted by mike hill
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Pasadena State/Province: TX
Area of science: Engineering
I wish to know if leather, gloves, for example, is a non-conductor of
electricity. I seem unable to find a credible answer, but I've been told that
leather is indeed a non-conductor for low-voltage applications.
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Re: Is leather a non-conductor of electricity (to any degree)?
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