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i.lab Electricity

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What does a Leyden jar contain? Why is there a magnet in a loudspeaker? How many layers are there in a silicon wafer? In this area we journey through the history of electricity from lightning to microchips, to discover what allows us to light, heat, move, communicate, mill data and store it.


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  • Shaken by the click
  • Charge transfer
  • Magnetic look
  • Not everything thunders
  • Memory and Logic
  • Birth of a chip

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