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Electricity

Electricity is the form of energy that results from the collection of "free electrons" (electrons not captured by any atom) in a free environment to a point by creating a gravitational field. These free electrons should not be confused with electrons that have been captured by any atom. With the mechanism that can create any gravitational field, the free electrons are drawn to the gravitational field and the electricity is formed. For example; water power, steam power, wind power is a generator that converts this center of gravity is formed. The genset rotation speed determines the gravity. The higher the speed, the stronger the gravity. As the attraction power increases, the number of electrons captured and lined up increases. This increases the power of the generated electrical energy. The rotating generator starts to attract electrons to the space-nothing environment it creates. The free electrons that begin to flow into this medium are sequenced by capturing the stator windings of the generator. Since the rotational movement is continuing, electron capture is also continuing. Each electron captured in stator secretions pushes the ones caught before it. They start to flow just like the behavior of water being given to a water pipe. If the generated electric current is used, that is, it is operating any device, these electrons discharge and degrade the energy they carry. These electrons, which discharge and degrade, form a garbage. This garbage effect is called the electromotor. What happens if the electrical energy obtained from a generator is not used? If the electrical energy obtained from the generators is not channeled to any source and used, they return to the environment after the capacity of the stator windings of the generator. So they become free electrons again. This is why a significant proportion of losses in electrical systems occur. Free electrons tend to be free again by nature. When the capacities of the system on which they are caught and flowing are not sufficient, electrons in the capacitance rate are separated from that system. FALSE KNOWN. - Electricity is not the generation of the atomic structure of a generator's stator windings (copper atoms). If that were the case, those windings would have decayed quickly. - What is obtained by friction is not electromagnetic energy, but electromagnetic energy. The gravitational gravitational field is an "unfinished" effect, and the electrons only approach that field. The electrons that are approaching, but not lined up to make a flow, move away from it shortly after the friction ends. Electromagnetic energy is the previous stage of electrical energy and these two phenomena should not be confused.



History
1.1 Electrical charge
1.2 Electrical field
1.3 Electrical voltage (potential)
1.4 Electric current
2 Electricity in nature
2.1 Lightning
2.2 Matter structure 2.3 Animals
2.4 People
3 Electricity generation
4 Internal links
5 References
History
Main article: History of electricity
In the years when there was no information about electricity, people were only aware of the impact of electric fish. In ancient Egyptian writings dating back to 2750 BC, this fish is referred to as "Thunderer of the Nile" and is described as the "protector" of other fish. Electric fish were re-reported by ancient Greek, Roman and Arab naturalists and physicians after 1000 years. A few ancient time writers, for example; Pliny the Elder and Scribonius Largus confirmed the numbing effect of electric shocks emitted by catfish and torpedo fish, and were aware that these electric shocks could travel within a conductive object. Patients suffering from diseases such as gout and headaches were asked to touch the electric fish and the effect of the electric shock would be believed to cure their disease. The oldest and most realistic approach in the history of the discovery of lightning and electricity from another source is based on the Arabs who used the word lightning (raad in Arabic in the 15th century) for torpedo. [1]
Ancient cultures around the Mediterranean knew that some objects, such as amber cane, could pull light objects such as feathers after rubbing with cat fur. Thales (the oldest known researcher in history known to be interested in electricity) of Miletus (an old settlement in Söke district of Aydın), BC. He made a series of observations around 600 and believed that friction made the amber material magnetic, unlike minerals that do not need to be scrubbed, such as magnetite. Thales's belief that gravity was due to magnetic influences was wrong, but science would later prove that there was a connection between magnetism and electricity. [1]
Centuries later, in 1752, Benjamin Franklin conducted intensive experiments on electricity and used the income he earned by selling his own goods for these experiments. He examined the bond between lightning and dural electricity (static electricity) by a well-known kite experiment. He tried to fly a metal key on a stormy day by tying it to the wetted string at the bottom of the kite. The sparks, which are arranged one after the other, move through the metal switch towards the hand and this shows that the lightning is really related to electricity. [1]
With the renewed focus of electricity in the scientific community, Luigi Galvani (1737-1798), Alessandro Volta (1745-1827), Michael Faraday (1791-1867), André-Marie Ampère (1775-1836), and Some scientists, including Georg Simon Ohm (1789-1854), have made significant contributions to the field of electricity. In 1791, Luigi Galvani published his discovery of bioelectricity, which shows that electricity is a material that transmits signals from nerve cells to muscles. In the 1800s, Alessandro Volta found the "Voltaic Battery". [1] Member 19. and at the end of the 20th century, some of the most important names in the history of electrical engineering have emerged: Nikola Tesla, Samuel Morse, Antonio Meucci, Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, Werner von Siemens, Charles Steinmetz, and Alexander Graham Bell. In 600 BC, the ancient Greek thinker Miletus Thales had discovered that amber rubbing a piece of fur attracts light objects such as straw and feather. For this reason, the electric term settled in many languages is derived from the Greek word '' electron ''.
Electric charge
Main article: Electric charge
See also: electrons, protons, neutrons
Electrical charge, like mass, is an abstract property and is used by physicists to describe the behavior of matter. In other words, no one has seen a direct electrical charge, but the existence of similarities has been found by examining some particles.
In contrast to the mass, two types of electrical charges are mentioned, one of which behaves in the opposite direction of the other, and conventionally, plus (or positive). and they are called minus (or negative).
two loads of different types attract each other
two loads of the same type repel each other
Particles with an equal amount of plus and minus charge, as one eliminates the other, unloaded or neutral they called. The quantitative evaluation of this power between particles is calculated by Coulomb's law.
Electric field
Main article: Electric field
Michael Faraday, the basis of electric motor technology
The concept of electric field was first used by Michael Faraday. Like the force of gravity acting on the masses, the force of the electric field affects the electric charges. However, there are several differences. While the force of gravity depends only on the mass of the objects, the force of the electric field depends on the electrical charges of these objects. While gravitational force always tries to bring the two masses closer, the electric field strength can bring objects closer or opposite, depending on the type of loads involved.
Electrical voltage (potential)
Main article: Electrical voltage
Electrical voltage between two positions The difference is defined as the work (against electrical power) produced to advance a charged point charge between these two positions. If one of these two positions is considered a zero voltage point, the voltage of any position around it can be defined as the work required for a point load to reach there. In order to calculate the voltage of single loads, the second position is assumed to be at infinity. The unit of measurement for electrical voltage is volts (1 volt = 1 joule / coulomb)

This concept can be compared to temperature. There is a temperature value for any position of space, and the difference between the two positions indicates in which direction and amount of heat changes. Similarly, each position of space has an electrical voltage value, and the voltage difference between the two positions indicates the direction and intensity of the power behind this concept.




Electric current
Electric current is the flow of electrical charge The intensity is measured in amperes. For example, electrical conduction can be considered. In this case, the electrons move within a conductor, such as metal wire. Or another example is electrolysis. In this case, the positively charged atoms move in the liquid. Although the velocity of particles is generally slow, the electric field that pushes them advances at a speed close to the speed of light.
Devices that use the principles of flow of particles in matter are called electronic devices. current (alternating current, AC) defines the current through which the flow direction is regularly reversed. Ohm's law is an important relationship that connects electrical current and voltage. They are counted among the building blocks of our universe together with magnetism.
Lightning is the transfer of electrical charge from the atmosphere to the earth
Lightning
Main article: Lightning
Lightning can be counted as an example of electricity produced by friction. This friction occurs between the clouds and causes the water vapor clusters to acquire an electrical charge. Under normal circumstances, the air acts as an insulator, and this charge remains in the clouds. However, when clouds accumulate and the electrical charges increase, they change the structure of the air locally and transform it into plasma. And through this plasma they transmit their charge to the earth; The result is lightning.
Matter (matter) structure
Atoms are the building blocks of matter, they are joined together to form particles (molecules), is realized through electricity. For example, in crystals and salts, atoms hold electricity together. In magnets, the opposite poles attract + and - but with + and + and - and - they push each other ....
In addition, the electromagnetic field of our planet arises from the electric currents in its nucleus.
Fish species that can generate electrical current from the Pacific Ocean


Many fish species can generate electrical current that they use to direct, protect, and even communicate. Relatively high, this tension is produced with muscle-like structures and they are generally used to stun their prey. Cartilage fish such as sharks can detect the location of their prey thanks to the electric current-sensitive regions in their head regions. The best example of this is the hammerhead shark, which has a very sharp electrical perception thanks to the sensitive spots in the extremely large nose area.


A combined night view of the earth, created by NASA, bringing together many images. Illuminated areas are illuminated by human hands. The dense population of Europe, India, Japan, the Nile, and the Americas and eastern parts of China is clearly understandable, while sparse settlements stand out in Central Africa, Central Asia, the Amazons and Australia. this electric is used to move the muscles and communicate between nerve cells.
Electricity generation
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