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An idea on how to clean up the increasing amounts of space junk by charging objects with electrons.
A good description of static electricity and how Van de Graaff Generators work. Including how to make your own. From HowStuffWorks.com.
William Gilbert (1544-1603) work in 1600 was the standard work throughout Europe on electrical and magnetic phenomena. He made the first clear distinction between magnetic and the amber effect ...
Details of how to calculate the pressure exerted by a static fluid.
A page introducing the general concept of electricity with good links off e.g. "Watered Down Electricity".
Details of what electric current is and how it is measured. The site corrects many misconceptions about electricity.
How do you transport electricity? Follow its journey from power plant to your home.
Most of us couldn't get by without it... but what is electricity? This site offers a nice, clear explanation and plenty more links.
A thorough and passionate clarification of the many misconceptions in electrical study which arise at school. Ideal for non-specialist staff who are not too sure what "electricity" actually is.
Article and links about the nature of electricity and electrolysis.
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