What is Electricity?


Essentially, electricity is a form of energy caused by the negative particles called electrons, found in all atoms. Under certain conditions, some of these electrons move from one atom to the next. For instance, when we connect a battery to a copper wire and then to a light bulb, the electrons move from the battery to the copper wire, then to the bulb. However, the exact electon that enters the wire is not the same as the one reaching the bulb.

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