|थ्व च्वसुयात नेपालभाषाय् अनुवाद याये मानि।
थ्व च्वसुइत नेपालभाषाय् अनुवाद याना ग्वहालि यानादिसँ।
विद्युत छगू कथंया उर्जा ख। थ्व उर्जा चार्ज दुगु पार्टिकलया अस्तित्व वा चलयमान जुइबिले पिहांवइ। थुकिया अपुइकः थुइगु फेनोमेनाय् पल्पसा, स्ट्याटिक विद्युत आदि ला धाःसा म्हो खनेदइगु विचाःय् इलेक्ट्रोम्याग्नेटिक फिल्ड व इलेक्ट्रोम्याग्नेटिक इन्डक्सन ला।
In general usage, the word 'electricity' is adequate to refer to a number of physical effects. However, in scientific usage, the term is vague, and these related, but distinct, concepts are better identified by more precise terms:
- Electric charge – a property of some subatomic particles, which determines their electromagnetic interactions. Electrically charged matter is influenced by, and produces, electromagnetic fields.
- Electric current – a movement or flow of electrically charged particles, typically measured in amperes.
- Electric field – an influence produced by an electric charge on other charges in its vicinity.
- Electric potential – the capacity of an electric field to do work, typically measured in volts.
- Electromagnetism – a fundamental interaction between the magnetic field and the presence and motion of an electric charge.
Electricity has been studied since antiquity, though scientific advances were not forthcoming until the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. It would not be until the late nineteenth century, however, that engineers were able to put electricity to industrial and residential use. This period witnessed a rapid expansion in the development of electrical technology. Electricity's extraordinary versatility as a source of energy means it can be put to an almost limitless set of applications which include transport, heating, lighting, communications, and computation. The backbone of modern industrial society is, and for the foreseeable future can be expected to remain, the use of electrical power.
- Ampere's rule, connects the direction of an electric current and its associated magnetic currents.
- Electrical energy, the potential energy of a system of charges
- Electricity market, the sale of electrical energy
- Electrical phenomena, observable events which illuminate the physical principles of electricity
- Electric power, the rate at which electrical energy is transferred
- Electronics, the study of the movement of charge through certain materials and devices
- Hydraulic analogy, an analogy between the flow of water and electric current
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