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Making a rheostat!

A simple experiment to control current in a circuit.

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Ohm's Law

Java Applet simulating a current-voltage experiment for a resistor

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Gustav Robert Kirchhoff

Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (1814 - 1887) was a physicist who made important contributions to the theory of electrical circuits.

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DC Electric Power

The electric power in watts represents the rate at which energy is converted from the electrical energy of the moving charges to some other form

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Charge, current, voltage and resistance

Short summary for UK GCSE level.

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Ohm's law

Basics of electrostatics and properties of electricity. Ohm's Law and basic circuitry used to see the effect of resistance on current.

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How House Construction Works

A brief description of how House Construction works; from the base to the electrical insulation. From HowStuffWorks.com

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But How Do You Really Feel? Someday the Computer May Know

Great article about current research into robots and computers understanding our emotions.

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Ohm's Law

Explanation of Ohm's law, the relationship between voltage, resistance and current intensity . Includes a calculator for solving basic problems.

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William Gilbert

William Gilbert (1544-1603) work in 1600 was the standard work throughout Europe on electrical and magnetic phenomena. He made the first clear distinction between magnetic and the amber effect ...

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