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Melted by heat is is a conductor. Pure salt in solid form is an insulator.However,molten salt or salt dissolved in a liquid will conduct electricity,since the charge ions are now free to move. 
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The salt which is in pure state dont have any ions in it. so it doesnt produce electricity. so it is an insulator. where as the salt which is dissolved in water combine with water molecules and produce H+ ions such that it can produce electricity. so it is an conductor
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