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A Journey from Electron to Electricity by Giribabu

A Journey from Electron to Electricity
By by Giribabu

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An enormous part of our lives is affected by electricity, from dawn to dusk, from the geyser which we turn 'ON' on the morning wake, the power to our coffeemaker, the traffic lights on our way to workplace, and the computers and equipment we use once we get to place. Without electricity, life, as we know, would be dramatically different. Still, most of the people never stop to think about how this essential utility became such a huge part of our lives.

There are many great names, great souls who contributed for the development of this field. The pain, tears, stress they have experienced physically, mentally, emotionally in the development of this field is something which is immortalized in the annals of Electrical history.

So as an electrical engineer it is our minimum duty to pay a tribute to them by knowing the history of Electricity.;so this book is all...
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