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PHYS 2CL Final

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What are conductors? Objects in which charges (e-s) can move freely through
What are inductors? Objects in which charges (e-s) cannot move freely through
Power dissipated by a resistor P = I^2 * R
What is resistance? A measure of how much an object resists current flow
What are Kirchoff's Rule? 1) I in = I out ; 2) Sum of V difference in any loop = 0
What are capacitors? Devices used to store electric energy
How are capacitors determined? By geometric effect (i.e., area, diameter, dielectric)
What is Faraday's Law? Magnetic flux changes --> current will become induced oppose change
What is Lenz's Law? Induced current's magnetic field opposes original change in magnetic flux
What is an inductor? A circuit element that uses EM induction to oppose current change
Created by: julie_ahhh