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Who discovered voltage?
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What is the pressure that pushes the electrons called?
What is hall effect hall voltage?
Where was ohm's law discovered?
In 1827 a German Physicist, Georg Simon Ohm, discovered that the electric current in metallic conductors was proportional to the voltage drop across the conductor. That is, if the voltage is doubled, the current is doubled. If the voltage is tripled, the current tripled. This discovery has become known as Ohm's Law!! All I know is who and when it was made but never where. It would probably come from Dr. Ohm himself. Zingy xox
How did Alexander volts discover voltage?
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What is a zener diode?
A Zener diode is a type of diode that sends current in the forward way like a normal diode, but also in the reverse direction if there is voltage that is larger than the breakdown voltage which is also known as "Zener voltage". The apparatus was named after Clarence Zener, who discovered this electrical property.
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Who discovered the thermocouple?
Thomas Johann Seebeck accidentally discovered the Thermocouple in 1821. He experimentally determined that a voltage exists between the two ends of a conductor when the conductors ends are at different temperatures. His work showed that this voltage is proportional to the temperature difference. His discovery soon became the basis of the thermocouple, which today is one of the most popular and cost effective temperature sensors
What is the difference between the terminal voltage and the source voltage?
What is the relationship between current voltage and resistance?
The first, and perhaps most important, relationship between current, voltage, and resistance is called Ohm's Law, discovered by Georg Simon Ohm and published in his 1827 paper, The Galvanic Circuit Investigated Mathematically. Ohm's principal discovery was that the amount of electric current through a metal conductor in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage impressed across it, for any given temperature. Ohm expressed his discovery in the form of a simple equation, describing how voltage, current, and resistance interrelate: E = IR In this algebraic expression, voltage (E) is equal to current (I) multiplied by resistance (R). Using algebra techniques, we can manipulate this equation into two variations, solving for I and for R, respectively: I = E/R and R = E/I. answer discovered that relation only after VOLTA establish the voltage relationship and AMPERE discovered the current relationship. and of course WATTS establish the power.521 R=V Resistance OHMS oli
If the voltage in a circuit is 110 V and the current is 10 A what is the resistance?
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What is the difference between voltage forward voltage and voltage drop?
Voltage is the potential difference between the source & any point in the circuit. The forward voltage is the voltage drop across the diode if the voltage at the anode is more positive than the voltage at the cathode (if you connect + to the anode). Voltage drop means, amount of voltage by which voltage across load resistor is less then the source voltage.
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Why does voltage increase when batteries are connected in series?
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How was the electrons discovered?
J.J thomsan discovered electons. Gases do not conduct electricity under normal conditions. but when subjected to high voltage at a very low pressure gases conduct electricity.Thomsan studied this phenomenon using a device called discharge tbe. He used a glass tube having 2 electrodes sealed into it. The tube was evacuatedso that there was very little air or gas inside it. The electrodes were connected to a source of high voltage. At high enough voltage, the gas started conducting and current started to flow. this led to an electrical dischrge. When studying such dischrges, Thomsan discovered a strem of negatively charged particles were coming from cathode. These particles were later given the name as electrons.
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What is difference between voltage and voltage drop?
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What are voltage stabilizers?
Voltage Stabilizer is also called Automatic Voltage Stabilizer or AC Voltage Stabilizer or Voltage Regulator. Actually an automatic voltage stabilizer is designed to automatically maintain a constant voltage level, with protections of equipment against voltage surges, over voltage, under voltage, smoothing impulsive noise.