Electricity: From Amps to Volts
What makes electricity happen? How does electricity affect sound? Why does electricity flow in two directions? Investigate the charged-up world of physical science! Find out for yourself about Electricity through experiments that you can do at home. Learn how the sun can power electrical equipment. Make a battery from a potato. Electricity will show you the importance of investigating and understanding the physical world around you.
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