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There are two forms of electricity - alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC).
DC is a linear type of electrical current - it moves in a straight line/flows in one direction. This current moves from the positive pole to the negative pole, while electrons produce electricity while moving from negative to positive.
For DC, the positive and negative poles always remain the same.
AC is a current that constantly changes its flow between positive and negative terminals. This means that electrons also change their flow, following the negative to a positive end as the polarity changes.

The speed at which AC changes polarity and completes several cycles in one second is called frequency, and it is measured in Hertz (Hz).

the conversion of DC voltage to AC voltage is a common problem. In any circuit, we can observe that if we design a circuit that takes the AC input and gives DC output. But, if we want to change the circuit from DC to AC, a DC to AC converter circuit is used. The inverter (converter) is frequently required in the circuits such as where DC to AC conversion is not possible. So, an inverter circuit is employed for converting the DC to AC converter.

PS : Dear friends, the ammeter connection shown in this video is totally misleading. You should connect an ammeter in series manner with the circuit, I was completely messed that up. But it will not affect the core idea of how to convert DC to AC. Ill upload the corrected videos ASAP.