|MadSci Network: Physics|
I was wondering how an electrical shock works? What are the controlling factors: voltage, capacitors, resistors? For example, I have a small device that I purchased at a magic shop. While it only takes a 1.5 volt battery, the shock it creates it equal to getting a shock from a light plug. The inside of the device has a coiled copper wire and it seems to create an electro-magnetic current. Any help would be appreciated.
Re: What makes up Electric Shock?
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