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# Electronic Projects

### Resistors, "The Chart", Vocabulary, Symbols

What does a series mean? When you have several restores and you can connect them to each other to make serval different circuits.
What is the equation for the rate change flow. Current= charge passing ____________ time
The flow of one coulomb/seconds equals.. One coulomb/seconds= 6.4 billion electrons
Electrons are always a what? A charge.
An amphere is.. 1 C per second, a way to measure electrical currents.
Voltage is the potential of what? The potential difference that produces electronically currents.
The flow of charge is due to what? The voltage difference which is called potential difference.
Does current flow threw a circuit? YES
A dry cell is.. A voltage generating cell having an electrolyte in the form of moist paste. (Might be wrong!)
A wet cell is.. A primary cell having a liquid electrolyte. (Might be wrong!)
What do you measure resistors in? Ohms.
For given voltage the flow will........ Be greater in a large fat wire, and less in a skinny wire because voltage is across or the number of electrons passing through a section of a wire.
What does electric current mean? When something starts with a positive system and then goes to a negative system.
An amphere means? The flow of 1 C per second.
Voltage means? An electromotive force or potential difference expressed in volts.
What does electric resistance means? The resistance of a material to the flow of electronic currents thought it measured in ohms.
What Ohms Law say? Ohms law is the law stating that the direct current flowing in a conductor is directly proportional to the potential difference between two ends of a cuircet.
If you increase the resistance can you decrease the current? YES.
If you double the resistance can you half the current? YES.
What are the equations for current, voltage, and resistance? I= V/R V= IR R= V/I
What does i mean? i means current (for some reason?)
Created by: hnixo97539

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