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How to use "Electric discharge" in context?
Electric discharge, in essence, is the transfer of electric energy through contact between two metal objects. When an object is placed in close proximity to an electric potential, such as when touching a wire, the electric potential will cause the metal to become charged, or to discharge electricity. The electric potential can be created by either an electric current or a battery.
An electric current is created when a battery is connected to a wire. The flow of electrons causes the wire to become an electrical conductor, which allows electricity to flow freely. This flow of electricity is what produces the electric discharge.
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