Why is electricity not a form of matter?

2 Answers
Jul 14, 2017

Electricity is just the flow of current from the charges from the flow of electrons due to positive and negative static charges.

Oct 3, 2017

Answer:

Electricity is not matter because electricity is the movement of matter.

Explanation:

Electricity is the movement of charged particles through a conducting medium.

Usually we think of it as electrons moving through a wire.

However, it is the electrons that are matter, not their movement.

In the same way, wind is the movement of air molecules in a certain direction.

The wind is not matter, but the air molecules are.