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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or
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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

both the factors are involved..
(voltage:is the terminal difference between two points.)
when human touch the wire,point of touching is the point1.
and the ground on which he is standing is point 2.so voltage
difference is present
current will flow through it...
current will always flow when voltage difference is present...
the more and more voltage difference more u get
shocked...........

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

We get shock due to voltage and this voltage should be
higher than 110v. Lesser than 110v mostly we dont feel any
shock. But only above 50mA current flowing is sufficient
for the body to feel the shock. Hence ELCBs are 30mA
because if 500mA flows through the body then heart will
begin to vibrate and could lead to death. So we can
conclude that voltage higher than 110V and currents higher
than 50mA are cause for shock.Amount of Current flow
through the body is due to amount of body resistance of
the individual. This varies from person to person and also
this changes if body skin is dry or wet. Wet body then
shock is more severe.

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

Here we need to know about Difference between Current &
Voltage. CURRENT is: Flow of Electrons & VOLTAGE is: The
force which tends to move electrons.

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

current

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

when we are getting shock,the current is flowing through
our body to ground,and voltage is drop across our body.

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

it is due voltage. because if shock is due to voltage ,the
welder does not do their work. The voltage of welding set is
24 volt or 48 volt, but current is 50 amp ,100 amp, 200 amp.
so current only produce heat not give a shock.

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

cause of electric shock is voltage and its effect is only
flow of current.

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

when a circuit is closed, current flows through it....
when you are in contact with the main supply , a closed
circuit is formed bw supply ,you , and ground so current

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

due to voltage because due to potential difference charges
flow from one terminal to another and this flow of charges
are called current if there is no potential difference
,there is no flow of current.when we get shock current start
flowing due to potential difference .

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When we getting shock, its we getting from voltage or Current...

90v more we feel shock our body,,, voltage only not current,,.

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