Electricity, the flow of electric charge, powers much of the technology used in modern society. The Energy Information Administration explains that electricity is a secondary source of energy, meaning that it comes from ... More »

Electricity is important because it is versatile, controlled easily and is used in everyone's daily life. Without electricity, humans would have to use other forms of energy that are less efficient. More »

According to BuidlingConservation.com, electric lighting was possible but not widely used in the Victorian era. Candles and gas lighting were primary choices throughout the 19th century. Electric lighting did not become ... More »

Dynamic electricity is the flow of an electric charge through a conduction point. Dynamic electricity is often referred to as electric current. More »

The average lemon produces about 0.7 volts of electricity with a current of one mA (0.001 Amps), generating a total power flow of about 0.0007 watts. That means in order to power a 15w compact fluorescent light bulb it w... More »

The flow of electricity is commonly called an electric current, or a flow of charge. Electric current is considered a rate quantity and is measured as the rate at which the flow of charge passes a fixed point on a circui... More »

A conductivity meter works by emitting an electric charge through a probe that is placed in a solution. Any increase or decrease in dissolving ions results in an increase or decrease in the electrical charge of the solut... More »