electricity and circuits

by abdullah and asad



First things first, what are ATOMS?

Atoms are the tiny pieces of matter and the word is used to describe them. Electrons in Atoms and have been negativity charged. The nucleus or inside of an atom is positively charged, however, the electrons surrounding it are negatively charged.Electricity is the energy that is formed by the creation of charged particles like protons and electrons. We use electricity for many things such as you looking at this text right now.

Current Electricity

Current electricity is the flow of electric charge the current electricity flow through wires, more than often. An example for current electricity is when you connect a battery to a light bulb with wires. The electrons that are negatively charged do not attract so the push each other at a high rate. the longer the wire, the more electrons have to move to reach the end. The movement of the electrons is like a stream of water, it flows. In all current electricity is the basic means of many electronics.

Static Electricity

Static electricity is a stationary charge of electricity. Normally static electricity is produced by amounts of friction. It is not normally found in electronic devices.

Ohm's Law

Ohm's law is V= I R

It states that voltage (V) is equal to the current (I) x resistance (R). ohm's law.

When voltage increases and resistance is constant then the amount of electrons flowing is constant. The flow of electricity will be decreased from its output, although

When resistance increases and the voltage is constant, then the flow of electrons will decrease depending on the amount of resistance increase. Ohm's law can be used to solve many problems. For example: when you need to find the amount of voltage of something, then you can simply multiply the current and resistance to find the missing variable, and visa versa.


There are two different types of circuits.