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Why Paper is a good insulator?

Paper makes a good cup insulator because it is able to reduce the conduction, convection and radiation of heat, according to the Illinois Physics Van of the University of Illinois. All three processes help prevent heat from passing through a cup.

Hereof, is paper a conductor or an insulator?

Examples of Conductors and Insulators. Examples of conductors include metals, aqueous solutions of salts (i.e., ionic compounds dissolved in water), graphite, and the human body. Examples of insulators include plastics, Styrofoam, paper, rubber, glass and dry air.

Is newspaper a good insulation?

It's euphemistically referred to as “blown cellulose,” but it's really just shredded newspaper. (If, y'know, we read printed newspapers.) It's a great insulator, but it uses a stunningly small amount of energy to create, when compared to fiberglass and other forms of insulation commonly used in contemporary houses.
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