Electrical Energy (Electricity)
Electrical energy is the energy created by the flow of electrons through a conductor. The flow of electric current in a conductor is the flow of electrons through the conductor. This phenomenon is called current electricity. Electric current is the rate of electric charge flowing from one point to another in a conductor. Electric current produces an electrical energy which is provided from a voltage source. This electrical energy serves as power to appliances, machines, lights, or can be converted to any other forms of energy for a particular application. The source of electrical energy includes alternating current (AC), direct current (DC), Capacitors, Lightning, batteries etc.
it is a flow of electrons an electron is a negatively charged subatomic particle
The results from the movement of electrons from one atom to another.
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Explanation:If we are talking of the electrons then it means we are talking about electric energy. Actually the energy is created by the energy generators like wind turbines, hydro power plant etc in which a turbine is rotated by a force of water or wind or any other force. Also it can be generated by using solar panels having photo diodes which converts light energy into electrical energy.This generated energy is stored in the batteries whose charge is processed for further useThe flow of electrons is due to the difference of potential between two points causing the energy to flow from the higher potential to the lower potential.
It is only the electrons which are responsible for the creation of the energy.
The answer is electrical energy.
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The electrons created during chemical reactions in a battery can travel through a conductor (such as wire), which then gets transformed into electricity that can be used to power our gadgets both at home and in our offices. The chemical reaction gets completed as soon as the electrons travel back to the other arm of the battery.
Energy created by the flow of electrons through a conductor.
Energy stored in chemical bonds of molecules.
Energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Most often associated with a wavelength that is visible to the eye.
Random kinetic energy possessed by objects in a material at finite temperature. An object that feels hot has a lot of this.
Process of changing from one form of energy to another.
The transfer of thermal energy between two bodies which are at different temperatures. The SI unit for this is the Joule. Generally considered the raising of temperature due to thermal energy.
The spontaneous emission of energy and/or matter from the nucleus of an unstable atom. As a result of this emission, the atom may be converted into an atom of a different element.
The capacity for doing work. It may be transformed from one form to another.
This law states that, in any process, energy is neither created nor destroyed. It can only be converted from one form to another.
Conservation of Energy