Electricity is the set of physical phenomena associated with the presence and flow.

The ability of chemical reactions to produce electricity, and conversely the ability of electricity to drive chemical reactions has a wide array of uses. Electrochemistry has always been an important part of electricity. From the initial invention of the Voltaic pile, electrochemical cells have evolved into the many different types of batteries, electroplating and electrolysis cells. Aluminium is produced in vast quantities this way, and many portable devices are electrically powered using rechargeable cells.

Types of electricity
Electric potential
Generating electricity
Electric energy
Making Electricity
Voltage Current and Resistance
Electrical Charges
Generation and transmission
Electrical Circuits
Physiological effects
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