The early theories of electricity relied on modelling as a fluid. One the earliest ways found to generate an electric charge is to rub amber with silk. and amber has a fatty "juice" In it, which may have influenced terminology. As well, many if not most storage cells (batteries, especially the first ones made) are based on dissimilar metal plates/rods immersed in a fluid solution, or "juice."
It's still common to hear someone say that electricity "flows" from one place to another.
The Directional Quality of Electricity is called Voltage
The electricity at rest is called Electrostatic
The path of electricity is called a circuit.
Its called photovoltaic..because the electricity is gained from sunlight or called as turning light to electricity.
current <<>> The movement of static electricity into an object called a static discharge.
Yes, it is a conductor of electricity, but not a good one.
Lemon juice can conduct electricity.
عصير that's how you write juice in Arabic The meaning of juice in Arabic is virility source of energy, electricity and oil
It is called Lime Juice
the juice :( aka pee
wires and batteries and things like lemon juice or lime juice which is acidic
fruits make electricity because of ions, and they get ions because they have juice which they have water and water allows electricity to pass through them.