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Electrical Energy in the Home

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Year 11 Electrical Energy in the Home notes by the syllabus, each dot point covered:)

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Electromagnetism Electricity Physical quantities Spintronics Voltage Electric current Electric power Magnetic field Electrostatics Electron Ammeter Potential energy
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Electromagnetism Electricity Physical quantities Spintronics Voltage Electric current Electric power Magnetic field Electrostatics Electron Ammeter Potential energy
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Their contribution helped the understanding of electricity. wood - Used to produce fire - Chemical energy of wood can be transformed into heat energy Domesticated animals - Source of mechanical energy - Used to pull ploughs - Transport - Lift heavy burdens Wind and water - Source of mechanical energy - Wind energy used for boats - Windmills and waterwheels used for grindstones coal - Used on the field since approximately 1000BC - Coal became main source of energy due to dwindling supplies of wood - Coal gas - fuel produced by heating coal in the absence of air - Source of heat and light in houses and street lighting assess some of the impacts of changes in, and increased access to, ...
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