How can an alternating current change its direction while moving in a wire or any conductor? Why direct currents aren’t used in Home circuits? RAHUL ASKED Answer: Alternating current is produced by rotating a coil in a strong magnetic field (or ...
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“I’ve tried so many times, but I’m unable to arrive at the correct equation; See attachment for question” Question Jaz posted this question E=k(2λ/r) due to positive wire E’=k(2λ/(D-r)) due to negative wire The r...
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Rajkumar asks:”in electrostatic induction in step 3 when earthed wire is removed then where the free negative charge go.does they go to earth then what happen to them.” Waiting for responses from visitors Incoming search terms:earthing whic...
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Why we specifically note resistance in a circuit while all part of a wire have some resistance..??? Answer: The resistance of the rest of the circuit compared to the resistance of the resistor is negligible. Incoming search terms:Why we specifically no...
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A 10m length of aluminium wire has a diameter of 1.5mm. It carries a current of 12A. Find (i) the current density. (ii) the drift velocity (iii) the electric field in the wire. aluminium has approximately 10^29 free electrons per m^3
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you are given two nichrome wire of same length and different thickness Which wire will get heated first Give reason.?
You are given two nichrome wire of same length and different thickness Which wire will get heated first Give reason.? Asked Merlin Mary Mathew Answer: If the wires are connected one by one to a source, (or connected in parallel to the same source) the one having less resistance (Greater thickness) will get heated up first. [...]
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