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where does electricity originally come from @.sam. @eSpeX

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    @jack1

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    ... what do you mean... like historically?

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    or on a more atomic level?

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    To the extend of my knowledge,......Electricity is a form of energy. Electricity is the flow of electrons. All matter is made up of atoms, and an atom has a center, called a nucleus. The nucleus contains positively charged particles called protons and uncharged particles called neutrons. The nucleus of an atom is surrounded by negatively charged particles called electrons. The negative charge of an electron is equal to the positive charge of a proton, and the number of electrons in an atom is usually equal to the number of protons. When the balancing force between protons and electrons is upset by an outside force, an atom may gain or lose an electron. When electrons are "lost" from an atom, the free movement of these electrons constitutes an electric current.

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    @heyheyhelpme Does that help?

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    No:(, it's science not history @jack1

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