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19 comments

ani kakalashvili 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

i love you

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Josh Bascii 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Ok at @21:55 the only party I didn't get is what is point B ? Ask extra path to ground?

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Bobby Starchild 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Amazing thanks for this teach !!

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Ronald Villatoro 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

This was an extremely helpful video. Thank you so much

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Borama live Cable 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Thank you very good 👍🙏

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Sridhar Chitta 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Electrostatics and circuits belong to one science, not two.These are discussed usually separately in textbooks and science and engineering courses.
For too long has circuit theory been confined to analysis using math and has been depriving practitioners of the richness in its physical aspects. Watch the two videos listed below to learn about current and the conduction process and surface charges (using a unified approach to electrostatics and circuits at a fundamental level).
The last frame of video #1 lists articles and textbooks which discuss all these topics in more detail.
1. https://youtu.be/REsWdd76qxc
2. https://youtu.be/8BQM_xw2Rfo
Textbook 4 also discusses the operation of capacitors, inductors, transmission lines, pn junctions, antennas and other advanced topics all with a unified approach to electrostatics and circuits.
You will also learn from the textbooks 3 and 4 listed in video #1 the physical processes which enable a current to know by what amount to split in parallel branches.

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Georgi Milev 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

U=I.R NOT V=I.R

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بیا تو بابا 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Excuse me can I ask what software you teach your videos what is its name?

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Oliver 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

This is from Mr Carney

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Grayson Virtue 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

An important point for anyone not understanding the fundamental "what actually is voltage/current":

A rough concept to consider is how electricity is being transmitted.
Electrons loosely speaking are responsible for electricity.
A coulomb is a measure of electrical charge.
A couloumb represents a number of electrons, regardless of their state. This is charge. The number isn't immediately important. It's a big number.

Electrons aren't "consumed"; they have a level of energy at which they've been excited, and transmit this energy to power things.

Energy is measured in Joules. The same joules in any other form of measurement of energy, e.g. chemical energy.

So if each electron is holding a certain number of joules, and a multitude of electrons make up a coulomb, we can state how much energy is contained in this collection of electrons as the number of Joules per Coulomb. "Joules per coulomb" is the same as "Volts".
V = J/C = Joules per Coulomb.

Current is the "rate of flow of charge".
As previously mentioned, charge is measured in coulombs. It gives the number of coulombs passing a point per in a circuit per second, regardless of how many joules possesed by those coulombs.
I = C/s = coulombs per second.

So with this in mind, power (Joules per second, measured in Watts), can be found by muliplying the two measurements together.
The fractions cancel out:
J/C x C/s = J/s = Watts!

This explains why voltage goes down across a component, e.g. lightbulb, as Joules are being taken from the electrons/coulombs and are being converted to light!

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Thomas of the Cosmos 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Very easy to understand 👍🏾

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Julian Shepherd 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

0:06 Resistors Intro and Ohm's Law
2:28 Power
5:04 Resistors in Series versus Resistors in Parallel
9:41 Lightbulbs
11:16 LEDs
15:02 Potentiometers
23:19 Voltage Dividers
29:26 Solar Cells

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M D 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Bravo Nolan

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Sports 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

I dont know why electron flow paralel curit is R decrease if have a lot of resistor in paralel circuit R=0 ? 🙂

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Vincent Keith 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

I'm not this far in my college yet but I'm not looking forward to it better get focus factor ready

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dreezy inco 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

Yes you are here because of Nicholai, we all are

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Angel Rotoni 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

thank you so muchI

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yanqin yang 14/12/2021 - 9:32 Chiều

4:31 we never heard this guy laugh

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