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What is the Law of forward conduction?
· Law of forward conduction: a theory that nerve impulses always travel from postsynaptic membrane of the dendrites to the terminal knob of the axon. The law of forward conduction prevails in nature, but the direction can be reversed under experimental laboratory conditions.
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Disorderly conduct, known under Michigan law as Disorderly persons (MCL 750.168) is a catch all for several offenses in Michigan. You can be considered disorderly and …subsequently charged with this offense if you: * Refuse to support your family * Are a prostitute, window peeper, or vagrant * Engage in illegal business * Beg in public * Loiter where illegal activities are taking place * Cause a public disturbance in public while intoxicated * Crowd or jostle people unnecessarily in public The penalty for this misdemeanor charge is up to 90 days in prison and a fine of not more than $500.00.
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Newton's third law of motion,for every force or action, there is an equal and opposite force or reaction.
a diode all diodes have characteristics that if plotted will reveal an exponential curve of voltage related to forward exponential current curve.
Because the tires are pushing backwards. The equal and opposite reaction is for the axle of the tire to move forward. The axle is, of course, connected to the car. This is New…ton's third law of motion.
To find the conductance using ohms law,you take the inverse of the resistance(/R)
Newton's first law of motion states that any object at equilibrium, i.e. stationary or at constant velocity, will continue in that state unless acted on by a force. In reali…ty, you are not thrown forward in the car. Its a matter of perspective. The car decelerates, i.e. force in negative direction to velocity due to friction from the brakes, and you continue moving forward until you reach whatever restraint is going to force you also to decelerate.
Forward biasing of diode means applying positive potential to anode and negative potential to cathode in this case these points are happen in silicon diode- 1> Depletion Wid…th Reduces 2>Voltage across junction is fixed at 0.7 volt 3> diode behave like short circuit (low resistance up to 400 ohm.) 4> it rectify the applied A.C signal. ANSWER: It does not have fix .7 volts it has however an exponential VI curve which engineering take for practical as being .6 to.8 volts being forward conducting the voltage chosen depends on the actual current flowing a rectifier may have .8 volts while a signal diode may have .5 volts depending on the current flow. The resistance is just VI drop the impedance is 26mv/i
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diode current flows only when the diode is forward biased because in reverse bias the barrier potential increases. Diode can conduct in reverse bias if applied votage is high …enough to overcome the reverse bias barrier potential but it can be destructive.
Negitive cathode, positive anode, voltage accross barrier = 0.3V
conduction forward voltage is the voltage produced when a diode is connected in forward bias and potential is given across it . when a potential is given across a diode which …is connected in forward bias due to repulsion force experinced by the majority charge carriers in p and n type the depletion region gets shrunkn very easily and thus conducton takes place due to the mobility of the charge carriers
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Antoine Lavoisier in the 18th century.
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