Define electricity

Electricity is defined as the rate of flow of charges in a conductor. The charges move from one end of the terminal to the other end. It generally moves from a positive terminal to negative terminal. As the electrons are loosely held by the nucleus, they travel freely within the limits of the body. The SI unit of electric current is Amperes.

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