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Electric shock

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The voltage-current characteristic of human skin is non-linear and depends on many factors such as ...

Electrical Safety: The Fatal Current - Physics

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Individuals have been electrocuted by appliances using ordinary house currents ... and by electrical apparatus in industry using as little as 42 volts direct current.

Electric Current Needed to Kill a Human - Hypertextbook

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"The damage caused by electric shock depends on the current flowing through the body -- 1 mA can be felt; 5 mA is painful. Above 15 mA, a person loses ...

How Does Electrocution Kill You? | RealClearScience

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Feb 18, 2015 ... Amperage (A) is a measure of current flow, i.e., how many electrons flow ... The latter phenomenon is why an electrocution above a certain ...

The Basics of Electric Shock - Electrical Construction & Maintenance

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Jun 1, 2002 ... The severity of electric shock depends on the current flowing through the body, which is a function of the electromotive force (E) in volts, and the ...

Small Contact Voltage Exposures Not Lethal to Human

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Sep 20, 2012 ... However, electrical safety is still typically taught using simplistic current charts showing only amperage as the source of injury or electrocution.

Electric Shock - WebMD

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May 22, 2016 ... An electric shock occurs when a person comes into contact with an ... Media file 2 : Electric shock burns due to current flow through metal ...

Physiological Effects of Electricity : Electrical Safety - Electronics ...

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Most of us have experienced some form of electric “shock,” where electricity ... Another effect of electric current on the body, perhaps the most significant in terms ...

current - How much voltage is "dangerous"? - Electrical Engineering ...

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Sep 5, 2011 ... So I guess there's two parameters here, voltage and current... but are there ..... Electrocution becomes fatal when the current passes through the ...

electricity - What causes an electric shock - Current or Voltage ...

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Sep 14, 2012 ... Though voltage and current are two interdependent physical quantity, I would like to know what gives more "shock" to a person - Voltage or ...

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Giz Explains: How Electrocution Really Kills You - Gizmodo

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May 20, 2009 ... If you learned about how electrocution kills you from cartoons or ... Power ( wattage) is simply the voltage multiplied by the current (amps).

Electric Shock Hazards - HyperPhysics

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Electric Shock. The primary variable for determining the severity of electric shock is the electric current which passes through the body. This current is of course ...

Electric Shock: Get Facts About First Aid - eMedicineHealth

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Dec 10, 2015 ... Electric shock can result in a minor or severe injury to a person. ... shock by the low voltage (110-220 volts) found in typical household current.