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often 12 V to 14 V. In household utility wiring, it is a low-frequency alternating current of about 117 V for electric lights and most appliances, and 234 V for a washing machine, dryer, oven, or stove. In television sets, transformers convert 117 V to around 450 V for the operation of the picture tube. In some broadcast transmitters, kilovolts are used. The largest voltages on Earth occur between clouds, or between clouds and the ground, in thundershowers; this potential difference is on the order of tens of megavolts. In every case, voltage, EMF, or potential difference represents the fact that charge carriers will flow between two points if a conductive path is provided. The number of charge carriers might be small even if the voltage is huge, or very large even if the voltage is tiny. Voltage represents the pressure or driving force that impels the charge carriers to move. In general, for a given number of charge carriers, higher voltages will produce a faster flow, and therefore a larger current. It s something like water pressure. The amount of water that will flow through a hose is proportional to the water pressure, all other things being equal.
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If a conducting or semiconducting path is provided between two poles having a potential difference, charge carriers will flow in an attempt to equalize the charge between the poles. This flow of electric current will continue as long as the path is provided, and as long as there is a charge difference between the poles. Sometimes the charge difference is equalized after a short while. This is the case, for example, when you touch a radiator after shuffling around on the carpet in your hard-soled shoes. It is also true in a lightning stroke. In these instances, the charge is equalized in a fraction of a second. The charge might take longer to be used up. This will happen if you short-circuit a dry cell. Within a few minutes, or maybe up to an hour, the cell will run out of juice if you put a wire between the positive and negative terminals. If you put a bulb across the cell, say with a flashlight, it takes an hour or two for the charge difference to drop to zero.
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Current flow 25 In household electric circuits, the charge difference will essentially never equalize, unless there s a power failure. Of course, if you short-circuit an outlet (don t!), the fuse or breaker will blow or trip, and the charge difference will immediately drop to zero. But if you put a 100-watt bulb at the outlet, the charge difference will be maintained as the current flows. The power plant can keep a potential difference across a lot of light bulbs indefinitely. You might have heard that It s the current, not the voltage, that kills, concerning the danger in an electric circuit. This is a literal truth, but it plays on semantics. It s like saying It s the heat, not the fire, that burns you. Naturally! But there can only be a deadly current if there is enough voltage to drive it through your body. You don t have to worry when handling flashlight cells, but you d better be extremely careful around household utility circuits. A voltage of 1.2 to 1.7 V can t normally pump a dangerous current through you, but a voltage of 117 V almost always can. Through an electric circuit with constant conductivity, the current is directly proportional to the applied voltage. That is, if you double the voltage, you double the current; if the voltage is cut in half, the current is cut in half too. Figure 2-2 shows this relationship as a graph in general terms. But it assumes that the power supply can provide the necessary number of charge carriers. This rule holds only within reasonable limits.
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