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### How electric guitar pickups work

HowStuffWorks article on electric guitars and how they use magnetic coils to translate sound into an electrical signal.

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### Electric Current

Definition and links to related information. Electric current is the rate of charge flow past a given point in an electric circuit, measured in coulombs/second which is named amperes.

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### Physics 1 - Electric Field

Interactive site calculating electric field strengths and drawing electric field diagrams in a variety of situations. a useful help to A-level and College studies

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### Electric Field

Electric field is defined as the electric force per unit charge.

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### Electric Shock

The primary variable for determining the severity of electric shock is the electric current which passes through the body. This current is of course dependent upon the voltage and the resistance of ...

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### Electric cars : A definitive guide

All about electric cars : how they work, their pros and cons, and a list of the different models available.

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### Electric field Demonstration

A practical demonstration of the electric field charges and the location of the electric field.

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### The Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits

Get to grips with electric circuits in this fun and interactive tutorial.

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### Electric charge and current - a short history

A brief summary of what we thought about electric charge

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### Electric Conductor

In a conductor, electric current can flow freely, in an insulator it can not.

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