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Metals are good conductors of electricity because of their atomic structure that allows electric charges to pass through freely. The atomic structure of metals is unique because of...

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An electric actuator is basically a type of gear motor for producing torque. You'll find electric actuators in a range of forms across various industrial and consumer applications....

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Not up for a difficult workout while biking to work but don’t want to drive your car or take public transportation? An electric bicycle is a smart, energy-efficient and affordable ...

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For getting around town and even commuting longer distances, the electric scooter stands out in its friendliness to the environment. Your commute will be about as clean as it gets,...

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Electrical engineering is an exciting and dynamic field. Because electricity and electronic devices play such large roles in everyday life, electrical engineers earn attractive sal...

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Electric chainsaws have more than enough power to handle almost any job a typical homeowner needs to do, according to The Saw Guy. These corded chainsaws have the power you need to...

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The electricity channel contains articles about the science behind and uses for electricity. Check out these articles on the electricity channel. Advertisement Electricity is a maj...

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Electricity: Did you know that you can use salt water to make a light bulb shine? It sounds crazy, but it's true! This is because salt water is a good conductor of electricity.Salt...

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Electrical current is a measure of the amount of electrical charge transferred per unit time. It is the flow of electrons in a conductive material. Yagi Studio / Getty Images Elect...

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