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Objective: Demonstrate the electric current generated by the motion of charged droplets of water
Electric current arises due to an amount of charge being transported during a given interval of time. A flow of current can be simply illustrated ...
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Objective: Demonstrate the electric current generated by the motion of charged droplets of water
Electric current arises due to an amount of charge being transported during a given interval of time. A flow of current can be simply illustrated ...
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Objective: Determine the electrical conductivity of copper and aluminium
Electrical conductivity of a material is highly dependent on the nature of the material. It is defined as the constant of proportionality between the current density ...
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Objective: Determine the value of certain resistances
An arrangement in which two voltage dividers are connected in parallel and connected to the same DC voltage source can be used to obtain the values of certain resistors. The first voltage ...
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Objective: Verification of Ohm’s law
In simple electrical conductors, the current I which passes through the conductor is proportional to the applied voltage U. The constant of proportionality, the ohmic resistance R, is dependent on the ...
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Objective: Measure voltage and current in circuits featuring resistors in series and in parallel
Kirchhoff’s laws are of key importance for calculating current and voltage in various parts of a circuit with multiple branches. In this experiment ...
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Objecive: Measure the voltage and current for a voltage divider with and without a load
A voltage divider in its simplest form consists of a pair of resistors connected in series, whereby the total voltage across the two of them is divided ...
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Objective: Determine the Faraday constant
The Faraday constant is determined by measuring the quantities of hydrogen and oxygen generated by the electrolysis of water and the electric charge that is transported during the process.
Additionally ...
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Objective: Demonstrate the electric current generated by the motion of charged droplets of water
Electric current arises due to an amount of charge being transported during a given interval of time. A flow of current can be simply illustrated ...
more
Objective: Determine the value of certain resistances
An arrangement in which two voltage dividers are connected in parallel and connected to the same DC voltage source can be used to obtain the values of certain resistors. The first voltage ...
more
Objective: Verification of Ohm’s law
In simple electrical conductors, the current I which passes through the conductor is proportional to the applied voltage U. The constant of proportionality, the ohmic resistance R, is dependent on the ...
more
Objective: Measure voltage and current in circuits featuring resistors in series and in parallel
Kirchhoff’s laws are of key importance for calculating current and voltage in various parts of a circuit with multiple branches. In this experiment ...
more
Objecive: Measure the voltage and current for a voltage divider with and without a load
A voltage divider in its simplest form consists of a pair of resistors connected in series, whereby the total voltage across the two of them is divided ...
more
Objective: Determine the Faraday constant
The Faraday constant is determined by measuring the quantities of hydrogen and oxygen generated by the electrolysis of water and the electric charge that is transported during the process.
Additionally ...
more