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What does electricity flow through?
October 25, 2010 8:25PM
Electricity flows through the path of least resistance. Electricity will flow through anything conductive; metals, liquids, and even through small particles. Your insulators are porcelain, glass, plastics, wood and cloths. All variances of voltage is deadly. The most dangerous thingabout electricity is the current or amperage. As little as 17 miliamps can stop your heart.