Ohms Law Simulation

Structure of ammeter

Structure of an ammeter

Ammeter The strength of the current in the electrical circuit is measured using an ammeter. There is a rotor with a coil wound inside the ammeter. When the current flows through the…
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Serial Parallel Circuit

Serial Parallel Circuit 2

In parallel circuit, The current splits up when it comes to a branch. The current in all the branches adds up to the current in the main part of the circuit. If…
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Serial Parallel Circuit

Serial Parallel Circuit

In parallel circuit, The current splits up when it comes to a branch. The current in all the branches adds up to the current in the main part of the circuit. If…
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Charge Conservation

Charge Conservation

In serial circuit, The current is the same everywhere. In parallel circuit, The current splits up when it comes to a branch. The current in all the branches adds up to the…
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Resistance Connection

Resistance Connection

Resistance is analogous to a toll-gate, meaning that it limits the flow of current. Please note that excessive analogy may cause misconceptions. (The cars in the simulation are crowded out, but the…
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Electric Potential

Electric Potential 3

What is the voltage value of the voltmeter? Voltage distribution in series connection When two or more resistors are connected in series, the sum of the voltages applied to the resistors becomes…
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Ohm's Law

Ohm’s Law

Ohm’s Law When you connect the bulb and the battery with a wire, the bulb lights up. This is because free electrons with negative charge (-) move along the wire. At this…
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Electric Potential

Electric Potential 2

Battery and Load In an electrical circuit, the battery maintains a voltage difference to allow current to flow through the circuit. In an electric circuit, the place where energy is consumed is…
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Electric Potential

Electric Potential

Battery and Load In an electrical circuit, the battery maintains a voltage difference to allow current to flow through the circuit. In an electric circuit, the place where energy is consumed is…
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Electric Current, Conductor, Insulator

Electric Current, Conductor, Insulator

Electric voltage(Regions of positive or negative charge, such as those at the terminals of a battery) force electrons through a conductor. Electrons that have negative charge can be moved around a circuit.…
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