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The Effects of Electricity on the American Lifestyle
who keep it flowing, such as the nameless hero of Jimmy Webb s song " Wichita Lineman " (1968 82 are still often cast as heroic, wizard-like figures. 37 However, depending on the conditions, an electric current can consist of a flow of charged particles in either direction, or even in both directions at once. 95, isbn Encrenaz, Thrse (2004 The Solar System, Springer,. . The voltage of a large lightning cloud may be as high as 100 MV and have discharge energies as great as 250 kWh. "Electricity in the age of Enlightenment".
ReVelle, Charles and Penelope (1992 The Global Environment: Securing a Sustainable Future, Jones Bartlett,. . 15 He also explained the apparently paradoxical behavior 16 of the Leyden jar as a device for storing large amounts of electrical charge in terms of electricity consisting of both positive and negative charges. References Nahvi, Mahmood; Joseph, Edminister (1965 Electric Circuits, McGraw-Hill, isbn Hammond, Percy (1981 "Electromagnetism for Engineers Nature, Pergamon, 168 (4262 4, Bibcode : 1951Natur.168.4G, doi :.1038/168004b0, isbn Morely,.; Hughes,. 54 It was not until the invention of the voltaic pile in the eighteenth century that a viable source of electricity became available. Electrical power is usually generated by electro-mechanical generators driven by steam produced from fossil fuel combustion, or the heat released from nuclear reactions; or from other sources such as kinetic energy extracted from wind or flowing water. 21 :49498 This definition of potential, while formal, has little practical application, and a more useful concept is that of electric potential difference, and is the energy required to move a unit charge between two specified points.