We have selected Science Hobbyist as the world's very best website on Electricity.

The Science Hobbyist website is produced by William Beaty of the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA. Beaty describes himself as a great fan of unusual phenomena who makes art, runs a Weird Science salon, and attends dorkbots.

The Science Hobbyist website has a comprehensive section on electricity, with numerous articles. Their subjects include: What is Electricity, Frequently Asked Questions about Electricity, The Relationship between Watts, Ohms, Amps and Volts, How Transistors Really Work, Why Three Prongs, Speed of Electricity, Static Electricity, When Currents Don't Shock, and Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). The articles are written in clear and simple language, and are intended to the accessible to all. 

There is also a section describing Build-it Projects. These include: Ultra-simple Electric Generator, VandeGraaff Generator, Maglev Cradle, Electronic Linear Motor, and Electrostatic Motor Made from Plastic Pop Bottles.

Click  here for the Science Hobbyist website: http://amasci.com/ele-edu.html