Depending on the grate size of the wire shelf, it is either a good or bad idea to put glass on it. If it is shaky or unsturdy, do not put glass on it. Otherwise, if it won't fall through or fall off, then sure, you can put glass on it.
If you were to put a bare wire belonging to anything in a glass of water, the electricity flowing through the wire would have no reason to continue to travel through the wire instead of dispersing in the water. The water offers less resistance, so the electricity flows through that instead of the wire. This is known as creating a short circuit, or a short, for short! With no electricity flowing through the bulb, it will turn off.
The correct GAUGE wire is 28 for a car stereo.
Glass has excellent insulation characteristics
Most electric fires work by passing current through a resistance wire, made of Nichrome. It is this wire that gets hot. The wire is sometimes wrapped around, or contained within, a glass or ceramic former. This will also dissapate the heat. There are other type that work through infra red.
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The glass you are referring to is "Wire Glass" and it is often used in schools, Fire Stations and other institutions as a type of impact resistant glass. Current testing of such glass idicates that it is less resistant to impact than today's annealed/tempered glasses.
Electrons move through the wire
Through the Wire was created on 2003-09-30.
according to kcl the current flows through a wire
Coy Wire's birth name is Coy Michael Wire.
A 'solenoid' is another name for a coil of wire that acts as an electromagnet when an electric current passes through it.
on the surface of the wire
The correct wire size for a 15 amp breaker is a #14 wire.
A loop of wire moving through a magnetic field will induce a current in the loop of wire.
When electrons flow through a conductor such as a wire, it is called, "Electricity".
To answer the first part of your question the bulb looks sort of like an egg but has a more rounded top made of either clear or colored glass and the bottom consists of a metal piece that has the wire inside it. The wire is a thin piece of metal made of copper and an electric current runs through this wire creating light.
Yes, there is a current flow through he return wire in a closed circuit. The only time there is no current flow through the return wire is when the circuit is open.
When a current is passed through a thin wire filament it gets hot. Insulate the filament in a glass envelope with no air, and the filament glows brightly.
Not true - Moving a wire through a magnetic field doescreate a current flow in a wire.false
Current flows through a wire when a light switch is turned on.
The speed is the same.