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Electricity

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Electricity Shaheer Imam
Block 3

Electricity
Electricity - Electricity is the flow of electrons.
History of Electricity
Benjamin Franklin (1706 - 1790) was the first to discover that lightning is electricity. Lightning Rod
Michael Faraday
Impact on the World
All electric appliances, from light bulbs, batteries, generators, computers, radios, telephones, internet, cars, to toasters and even the human being.
Electricity is most influential in the field of electrical engineering which is the study and application of electricity.
Life Before Electricity
Without a good source of energy, practically all inventions before the dawn of electricity were processed and advanced slowly. First, the absence of electromagnetism prevented creation of the internet, radio, and telephone.
Steam Engine source of motion
Life After Electricity
The discovery of electricity allowed for the development of information technology.
Fire as a source of light
Thomas Edison
Nikola Tesla
Michael Faraday (1791 - 1867) is most important for research on electromagnetism and inventing the electric motor and generator.
Man, horse, and locomotive source of communication
Electric Motor
Electromagnetism
Relationship between electricity and magnetism.
Electromagnet
Generator
Edison (1847 - 1931) is most famous for using electricity to invent the light bulb. Organization of DC current.
Edison's DC vs Tesla's AC
Incandescent Light Bulb
Tesla (1856 - 1943) Famous for designing the modern AC current motor.
Drove Modernization
300 Years until present
Works Cited
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Circuits
A network for electricity to flow through
Electricity in Circuit
Voltage: Electrical Potential
Current: Rate of Charge Flow
Resistance: Resistivity
Ohm's Law
1827
Conclusion
Industrialization and Modernization
Information Technology
Mechanical and Materials Engineering, plus Scientific Discovery
Invention
Electrical Engineering
300 Years until present
V = IR
Transistor
John Bardeen
Walter Houser
Brattain
William Shockley
1947
NPN
PNP
Integrated Circuit
Tiny circuit on semiconductor, chip
Jack Kilby
Robert Noyce
Patented
1959
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