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The basic difference between a conductor and an insulator is that conductor has many free electrons in its outer shell and an insulator has no free electrons. Free electrons are responsible for conduction of electricity in a material as they are not bound to the atom and are free to move. Whereas in an insulator electrons are tightly bound to the atom, thus no free electrons.

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