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This is the invisible to the eye sorta "Cloud" of energy surrounding a conducting medium..

Whenever electricity "Flows" thru a "Conductor" a little of it sorta "Seeps out" thru the "Walls" and sorta "Lays" on the surface in a sorta "Layer" the higher the Voltage/Current the "Thicker" this layer is.

This energy can be picked up and measured with various types of "Detectors"..

I believe the Field is measured in "Webbers"

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