You change polarity which can very possibly damage all electrical components.
you got water under the distributer that shorted out the electrical components
If you double the voltage (and the resistance stays constant), you will quadruple the wattage. Typically it will cause overheating and meltdown of electrical components, and anihilation of electronic components due to the avalanche breakdown.
You get tired, and sometimes even depressed.
Nothing happens when you put a magnet near an electrical wall outlet.
Nothing happens to the resistor other than it may interact with the other components so as to perform a desired function.
Battery will either be overcharged and burn out numerous electrical components or battery will be undercharged and eventually won't have enough voltage to operate vehicle
If you use too small of a battery in the car, there might not be enough amps to start the car. You could also damage electrical components in the vehicle.
He was depressed it even happens . Now
It operates at a slower rate of speed.
When the components of a mixture are uniformly intermingled, it is a homogeneous mixture.
They are available to other components.
Sometimes nothing and sometimes you will just blow the main fuse. Sometimes you can do serious electrical damage to other components. Depends on the vehicle.
If you leave the Ingition Switch on without the engine running. The battery will go dead. Then you will have to get a boost or charge the battery to get the engine started.
No, the components of a solution do not separate on standing. If that happens, then the mixture is heterogeneous and is not a solution.
Then he is probably depressed or lonely.....get him/her a buddy
It will have properties which are different from its components.
You can make ELECTRICAL !
you will feel awesome then depressed when it wears off
The boiling point is increased - the freezing point is depressed.
it is mechanical energy when it goes in and then stuff happens and it comes out as electrical
failure of generation and cause losses
The electrical energy remains the same