Plastic wire is
Electroplating is based on:
Adding common salt to distilled water makes it:
An electrolyte is:
Copper wire is a:
Poor conductors are
Distilled water is
Distilled water is a poor conductor of electricity because it doesn't contain any dissolved salts in it which can provide it ions to conduct electricity.
Flow of electrons is called
Electricity is a term used to describe the energy produced (usually to perform work) when electrons are caused to directional (not randomly) flow from atom to atom. In fact, the day-to-day products that we all benefit from, rely on the movement of electrons. This movement of electrons between atoms is called electrical current.
An electric lamp glows due to
Plastics are the good conductor of electricity.
Flow of electrons is called electric current.
Distilled water also conducts the electric current.
Circuit is the closed path through which current flows.
The correct option is A.
circuit A path through which electric charges flow. A continuous, unbroken path through which electrons can flow is a closed circuit. Charges, or current, can flow only through a closed circuit. A break or opening in a circuit creates an open circuit.
Electric bulb glows due to chemical effect of electricity.
The electric bulb has a filament called tungsten when electricity passes through this filament, it heats up and glows. This heat is generated due to the passage of electric current and the drift of electrons due to the current and the resistance it causes.
Hence, the glowing of electric bulb is based on the heating effect of electric current.
Copper wire is poor conductor of electricity.
LED is an electric bulb which is used in a tester.
Electricity shows magnetic effect
When salt is dissolved in distilled water, it does not conduct electricity.
Electroplating is based on the heating effect of electricity.
The process of depositing a thin layer of a desired metal over a metal object with the help of electric current is called electroplating. So, Electroplating is based on chemical effect of electricity.