What kind of material do the connecting wires in a circuit have to be made of?
The outside of the wire needs to be made of an insulator since people touch it.
The inside of the wire is made of conductors, such as copper, to it actually conducts electricity.
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Connecting integrated circuits is not the same as the much simpler cases of resistors, capacitors, inductors, motors, light bulbs, etc. Integrated circuits have designated functions, and they operate in concert with the surrounding circuit design. As such, the idea of "connecting identical integrated circuits in series" has no meaning in the general case. You would need to state what kind of integrated circuit is involved.
All materials are conductors and insulators to some extent. Materials called "conductors" have very high conductivity, and materials called "insulators" have very low conductivity. Wires are the conductors in a circuit. Wires are usually wrapped with insulators so that accidental contact between wires does not cause a "short" and prevent the circuit from working as designed. Also, air is a good insulator that is usually implicitly present between the components of the circuit. These insulators…
What kind of media should the company request from its ISP for connecting to the corporate WAN to Internet?
There are none. Electrons must flow from the source, through the circuit, and back to the source or they don't move. There are conductors other than wire, however. Best example is a car. You supply power to all the equipment in a car through wires and return the current through the car's frame. The word 'circuit' means circle and is used with electricity for this very reason.
Sure, but you may start a fire or damage the circuit. Kind of like saying: Can you shoot your self in the head? Sure...but I would not recommend it. Here is the deal. A fuse or circuit breaker is made to trip or burn out when a specific load is met. The engineers came up with the amperage based on a few things. But mostly to keep things cool. If something is drawing too much…
The Chautauqua Institute, located at Chautauqua, New York, began primarily for education (though often the instructors were religious leaders). It began in the late 1800s-early 1900s as a gathering place for intellectuals sharing a common interest of knowledge. This was NOT primarily a form of entertainment, but of speeches and lively debates. The Chautauqua Institute has a covered open-air venue with wide, rising bleachers arranged around a center stage below. People still go there annually…