non-conductive

conductive

[kuhn-duhk-tiv]
adjective
having the property or capability of conducting.

Origin:
1520–30; < Latin conduct(us) (see conduct) + -ive

conductively, adverb
nonconductive, adjective
unconductive, adjective
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conductive (kənˈdʌktɪv)
 
adj
of, denoting, or having the property of conduction
 
con'ductively
 
adv

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conductive
1520s, from conduct + -ive. Physics sense is from 1840. Related: Conductivity (1837).
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