The major difference between conductors, semiconductors, and insulators is that they all have varying levels of conductivity. Conductors are defined by their high conductivity, meaning that they allow energy like electricity, heat, or sound, to flow through them with ease. Semiconductors, on the other hand, enable moderate flow, and insulators exhibit low conductivity. While conductivity serves as the principal difference between conductors, semiconductors, and insulators, there are a few other differences as well. As such, this blog will consider their uses, features, and types.