Why Combinations of Capacitors Needed The use of combinations of capacitors is similar to the combination…

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## Resistance in Series and Parallel | Current Divider Rule and Voltage Divider Rule

Need of Combining of Resistances Combining resistances is a fundamental concept in electronics and circuit design.…

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What is mutual inductance Mutual Inductance is the property of a coil to induce an emf…

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What is Inductor Inductor is a passive two terminal electrical component that stores energy in the…

Continue Reading## Electric Power | Definition | Formula | Units | Types

What is Electric Power Electric power is defined as the rate of the transferred of energy…

Continue Reading## Electric Voltage | Definition | Formula | Units | Types

What is Electric Voltage VoltageÂ is the pressure from an electrical circuit’s power source (e.g. battery, generator…

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What is Electric Current Electric current is defined as the rate of change of charge passing…

Continue Reading## Capacitor | Capacitance | Capacitance Formula

What is Capacitor A capacitor is a two-terminal electrical device that stores energy in the form…

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Introduction of Resistor Resistor is an electrical two terminal passive circuit component that offers opposition to…

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What are Kirchhoff’s circuit laws Kirchhoff postulated two basic laws in 1845 which are used for…

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Ohmâ€™s Law Definition Georg Simon ohm a Germen physicist developed a relationship between current in conductor,…

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What is an electric circuit An Electric Circuit is a closed path composed of active (Battery,…

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