- having the property or capability of conducting.
Origin of conductive
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Examples from the Web for non-conductive
That was no doubt light-matter, a non-metal, and as such, non-conductive to light.The Black Star Passes
John W Campbell
But if, with it, we touch one of the non-conductive lines, there will be no current.
The effect of the strata is the same as that exercised by the non-conductive coatings which are put on steam boilers.Outlines of the Earth's History
Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
When the line of non-conductive ink interposed itself, the tap was off and the flow ceased.
- of, denoting, or having the property of conduction
Word Origin and History for non-conductive
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