How Many Volts of Electricity can Kill a Human?

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It is not the volts that kills but more the amps or current. If it's enough to stick you where you can't get away from it, it may not take much. All electricity has to do is cross the heart or have current flowing long enough to damage the organs and you're done. Don't forget outside factors like being wet at the time. I would say not to play with it because in the right circumstances 24 volts can end your life. As far as amps, 15 - 20 amps can kill you.
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don't know hahaha lol.
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Someone can be zapped by 60,000 volts and not die. Its the amperage that will kill
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Volts won't kill you. It is the combo of volts and amps that kill & takes only 100mA to stop the heart! wow! Keep texting kgb for more answers! keep asking kgb!
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1. We can withstand a significant amount of electrical potential say 10,000 to 50, 000 volts. This is a usual electrostatic discharge and I never heard of any one turning into &lsquo
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