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The organelle that releases energy is the mitochondria.
The component with the highest resistance in a series circuit will have, or "drop" the most voltage across it. All of the components in a series circuit will have the same amount of current flowing through them but not the same voltage drops if the resistances are different. More resistance more voltage across it, less resistance, less voltage across it.
The most energy used in a circuit is at the load.
circuit diagram is the most important in electric stove plugged into the socket
Electric current is the movement of charge around a circuit and so cannot really be stored, however, the energy which it carries is stored in most things.
That's a matter of opinion. Here's mine: The most important component of an electric circuit is the power supply. Because without it, no other component of the circuit does anything.
The ATP molecule is the one that releases energy by the breakdown of glucose molecules. This provides energy to most of the cell functions.
Condensation, for water it releases 2260 Jules per gram.
Heat energy releases and absorbs energy
The most familiar example of this is running an electric motor.
It is Nucleus
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The three most important components for a circuit to have is a battery/cell, bulb and switch.
Through an electromagnet- most commonly when the electromagnets are part of an electric motor.
A electrical circuit is made out of components linked together with wires. The most simple electric circuit is one that includes a bulb, battery/cell/, switch and wires. The battery provides the electricity that flows around the circuit in a current.
it most likely releases the energy from it =D