Where Does Electricity Go When We Switch It off?

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Electricity operates through circuits, which when completed, keep the appliances on. However, when it's switched off, the circuit is broken; thus, stopping the flow of electricity through that particular circuit. Electricity can be stored in batteries for future use.
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When the switch is turned off, it doesn't
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