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Where Does the source return to after the electrical discharge in static electricity?
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Asked in Electrical Wiring
What state does the source return to after the electrical discharge in static electricity?
Asked in Energy
How is source of electricity used in the generation of electrical energy?
Can an electrical starter turn without electricity?
Asked in Home Electricity
Why don't electrical cords have only one prong?
Why would their be Power on the neutral side of a light fixture?
Asked in Electrical Engineering
What is the voltage source and what is the conductor in a circuit?
Asked in Home Electricity, Electrical Wiring
What is a electrical circuit?
An electrical circuit is a path which electrons from a current source flow. Electric current flows in a closed path called an electric circuit. The point where those electrons enter an electrical circuit is called the "source" of electrons. The point where the electrons leave an electrical circuit is called the "return". The exit point is called the "return" because electrons always end up at the source when they complete the path of an electrical circuit. The part of an electrical circuit that is between the electrons' starting point and the point where they return to the source is called an electrical circuit's "load". ---Nerd
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
What is the source of electrical charges associated with all atoms of electricity?
What is the source of electrical charges associated with all forms of electricity?
When does electricity flow through a solid electrical conductor?
Asked in Electricity and Magnetism
What is the source of electricity in the electromagnets?
Asked in Chemistry
If attached to a electrical source what happens to a substance that's a metalloid?
Asked in Batteries
Which of these is a source for electricity flashlight radio battery?
Asked in Thunderstorms and Lightning
What is the source of lightning in thunderhead clouds?
The source of lightning in thunderhead clouds is when there is a significant amount of ice in the cloud, most likely hail and there are 2 differing charges in 2 areas. The negative charge is at the bottom of the cloud, while the positive charge is at the top of the cloud. The ground is positively charge until there is an electrical discharge between the negatively charged cloud base and the positively charged ground, then it becomes mostly negative which then can open up the opportunity for a lightning bolt to jump from the top of the cloud, all the way down to the ground in another electrical discharge that is of greater electrical potential (voltage) than the first electrical discharge between the cloud base and the ground. This is because it takes more voltage to have a visible electrical discharge over a longer distance. There has to be 30,000 volts/cm of distance for a visible electrical discharge to occur.
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Asked in Home Electricity
What devices uses electricity?
Electrical devices use electricity. Portable electrical equipment will plug into a electrical power source. On the device look for a nameplate that suggests what voltage to use and what amperage the device draws to make the equipment operate. Usually the device will have an operating switch which turns the device off and on.