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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Voltage, Line Integral, Charged Particle

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An electromotive force is required for a current to flow in a circuit. For most devices that plug into a wall socket, the source of emf is not a batter
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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: South Magnetic Pole, Magnetic Flux, Electric Flux

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Magnetic forces are at the heart of electric motors, microwave ovens, loudspeakers, computer printers, and desk drives. Permanent magnets attract unmag
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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Electromagnet, Gie, Ammeter

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Components of a circuit are interconnected in a network. Direct current circuits are circuits in which the direction of the current does not change wit
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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Circuit Diagram, Electrical Breakdown, Algebraic Solution

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An electric current consists of charges in motion from one region to another. The path that a charge follows is called an electric circuit. Electric ci
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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter 28: Chapter 28 Notes

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Both permanent magnets and electric current s in electromagnets create magnetic fields. A charge creates an electric field and an electric field exerts
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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Elementary Charge, Atomic Number, Electric Field

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Electromagnetic interactions involve particles that have electric charge, an attribute that is as fundamental as mass. Electrically charged objects are
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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Vacuum Permittivity, Integral Symbol, Surface Integral

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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter 23: Sears & Zemansky's University Physics with Modern Physics 14th Edition: Chapter 23 Notes

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When a charged particle moves in an electric field, the field exerts a force that can do work on the particle. This can be expressed in terms of electr
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DREXELPHYS 102Aprelev AlexeyWinter

PHYS 102 Chapter 24: Sears & Zemansky's University Physics with Modern Physics 14th Edition: Chapter 24

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A capacitor is a device that stores electric potential energy and electric charge. To make a capacitor, just insulate two conductors from each other. I
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