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what is electricity
Transcript of what is electricity
what is electricity
The sun has produced energy for millions and millions of years. Solar energy is the solar radiation which reaches the earth.
Solar energy is used for heating water for domestic use, space heating of buildings drying farming products and generating electrical energy.
In the 1830s the British astronomer John Herschel used a solar collector box to cook his food during an flight to Africa. Now, people are trying to use the sun's energy for lots of different things.
What is voltage
Is am electromotive force or potential difference expressed in volts.
Living safely with Electricity
Electricity is the set of physical phenomena and associated with presence and flow of electric charges.
Electricity gives a wide variety of well known effects such as lightning statics and electricity and the flow of electrical current. Electricity is energy.
In the same way you eat burgers and chocolates to keep you going, machines and gadgets eat electricity to keep them going.
Solar energy is renewable
and it will never run out
because it is from the sun.
Solar energy can help the the
environment so there is no more pollution in the air.Solar energy is
an amazing way to give electricity
to business or factories.
This is A voltage
through the Years Going back in time and meet a few of the people who made important discoveries in the history of electricity.
Remove electrical appliances with damaged cords or cracked or broken plugs
Turn off power points before plugging and unplugging appliances. Turn off all appliances such as heaters, ovens and kettles when leaving your home.
Maintain exhaust fans in a clean condition, free of rust
Remove all metal material from stoves, heaters and lamps
Extension cords should not be used in wet areas unless specially designed to do so it will not blow your house up
Licensed electricians should know all of your electrical work work and repairs
This guys house might end up
blowing up or cause a
fire. Hes wife wont
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