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2 Presented by :- Lipika Biswas, TGT (Science) K.V. Ballygunge

3  Electricity is a form of energy that can be carried by wires and is used for heating and lighting and to provide power for machines.

4  When electrons move through a conductor an electric current is created. A current that always flows in one direction is called a direct current (DC).  A battery for example produces a direct current. A current that flows back and forth is called an alternating current (AC).


6 CONDUCTORS & INSULATORS.Electricity can pass through some objects better than through others. Conductors are materials through which electrons can travel more freely. E.g- copper, steel, and other metals.. Insulators are materials in which electrons cant move around. They stay in place. Glass, wood, rubber are some of its examples…

7  Electrons cant jump freely through the air to a positively charged atom. They need a circuit to move. When a source of energy, like abttery is connected to a device the electrons can move from the battery to device and back again. We call this an electric circuit.



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