How does electricity travel through wires? During this presentation I or the slide show will be explaining on how electricity travels through wires. Oh! One more thing -- please stay seated in your seats. Thank you! BY: ANIS NAZRI
Who discovered electricity? It was Benjamin Franklin who discovered electricity. Though people that time thought that Benjamin’s story of flying a kite during a thunderstorm was complete imagination, no one really knows the truth. They said that Greeks and Parthian had knowledge about electricity by rubbing things against fur.
How does electricity go through wires? An electron is an atom that goes through the wire, this works when a voltage has been applied. The atom keeps jumping to another atom to another in the same direction flowing through the wires. When it reaches to the last atom it starts all over. That's why the wire is very hot.
If you cut a wire what happens? If you cut a wire while the electricity is still flowing there might be a chance that you will get shocked. When you also use water on electricity and you put your hands in the water you might as well get shocked too. IM WATER!
Effects on electricity: G.B. Good things: Electricity was discovered. We can use light instead of candles. Light is also important because it’s a vitamin. Bad things: Electricity would never had been discovered. There will be no more light.
The End! Well that’s my slide show everybody I hoped you enjoyed it! Bibliography: www.google.com www.blurtit.com Goodbye!