is vinegar a insulator or conductor ?? please tell fast .

Dear student
Vinegar is an insulator or very poor electricity conductor because it lacks free ions. It's an acetic acid which is a weak acid, this conducts electricity poorly.  Electricity is created when ions are available within a solution to carry an electrical charge.

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I think insulator
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Dear Student,

Vinegar is a weak conductor. Vinegar is acetic acid, which is a weak acid, so it is a weak conductor of electricity.

I know it's from LTS 5 Q4 though I will help.

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It is a bad conductor
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