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2017-09-14 13:30:57
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There are a number of components in any circuit and their job is to restrict the flow of electrons and reduce the current or voltage flowing by converting electrical energy to heat. In other terms, electronics control the electrical circuit. Electric charge is nothing but the flow of electrons from one object to another. The working of the microwave is the example of how electronics work. In a microwave, electricity provides the power that generates high-energy waves that cook your food and electronics controls the electrical circuit that does the cooking.

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