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Voltage and Current Principles
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Description:
Voltage, electromotive force (emf), or potential difference is described as the pressure or force that causes electrons to move in a conductor. Electron current, or amperage, is described as the movement of free electrons through a conductor. This course introduces the principles of voltage and current through a discussion of the components of an atom and their charges as well as electrostatic forces, electromotive forces, and free electrons.
Duration: Course Code:
30 minutes IHRDC_OM_ELVAC
Content:
  • Overview
    • Components of an atom and their charges
  • Electrostatics
    • Electrostatic force and the Law of Electrical Charges
    • Electrostatic field
  • Current Principles
    • Electromotive force and the units in which it is measured
    • Role of free electrons in the flow of electricity
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