(AC/DC) Which Is More Dangerous ? Basic Explanation About AC & DC||Random Episode||Episode-3

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(AC/DC) Which is more dangerous ? Basic Explanation about AC & DC||Random Episode||Episode-3

In my last 2 episode I've talked about the "Sound Systems" & "32/64 bit CPU & Intel Core series explanation" . And now today I've talked about the basic factors of AC & DC. We all know there are 2 different forms of electricity . One is called AC & the other one is called DC. But there is quite differences between them . There are several factors that I've already talked about . But the thing is on the internet most frequently asked question is "Which is killer ? AC or DC ? Voltage or current?" I also tried to clarify those matter . In case of current & voltage AC/DC dpeends on so many factors. Hope you already got this from the video above. I've uploaded the basic differences table on Google Drive .Guys can also take a look.

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