Kirchhoff’s current laws for AC/DC (Look a physicist’s guide)
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Kirchhoff’s current laws for AC/DC (Look a physicist’s guide)

There are two of Kirchhoff’s current laws used for DC and AC. They are presented as two equations that describe the ratio of current and voltage in electric circuits. Electric current is a focused movement of charged particles. Movable charged particles are: electrons, in metallic conductors, ions in electrolytes and gases Constant, unchanging (regular) current…

Voltage resonance and Thomson’s formula in alternating current. Examples
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Voltage resonance and Thomson’s formula in alternating current. Examples

Voltage resonance and Thomson’s formula are terms related to alternating current. Voltage resonance is only possible in the case of a series connection of a thermogenic resistor, induced thread, and capacitor. Thomson’s formula gives a connection between the circular frequencies of the natural oscillations of a simple oscillator circuit without losses and the parameters of…

Ordinary, energy-efficient, or LED light bulbs | The best solution?
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Ordinary, energy-efficient, or LED light bulbs | The best solution?

Ordinary, energy-efficient, and LED  light bulbs are available today. You have probably many times been in the dilemma of which lighting to choose for your home, office, company, or backyard. Most of us are comfortable with traditional light bulbs because there been on the market forever. However, when energy-efficient ones appeared, we were curious to…