Does plastic conduct electricity?what about air?

this question is from book PARAMOUNT SCIENCE AWARENES AN INVESTIGATE APPROACH from CHAPTER 19 HOW ELECTRICITY WORKS
AKHTAR
Asked Jan 22, 2013
Plastic, made of the typical materials does not conduct electricity.

Air doesn't normally conduct electricity either but when friction builds between opposite polarity clouds or between the clouds and the ground, it will create lightning.

Rob
Answered Jan 22, 2013
No, Plastic does not conduct the electricity as it is made of the typical materials.
Air does not normally conduct electricity either but when friction builds between opposite polarity clouds or between the clouds and the ground, it will create lightning.

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Answered Jun 29, 2016

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