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PYHS1110 Notes

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Study/lecture notes for the online Everyday Physics course covering topics one to six.

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Physical quantities Voltage Electromagnetism Electricity Electrical components Ohm's law Thermal conduction Electrical resistance and conductance Electron Resistor Electric current Heat transfer
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Physical quantities Voltage Electromagnetism Electricity Electrical components Ohm's law Thermal conduction Electrical resistance and conductance Electron Resistor Electric current Heat transfer
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There are two kinds of charge: positive and negative. And, like charges attract. Interaction between charges objects is a non-contact force (can happen with some separation). Charge of an electron = 1.602 χ 10-19 C Non-conductor: substance where removal of electron is difficult since they hold on to it tightly. Current cannot move through due to lack of mobile electrons. Conductor: Easy removal of Static electricity: as you rub a material to another, one will start losing electrons to the other, causing them to be charged. The negatively charge one will then rapidly transfers it’s excess electrons once it contacts anther substance. Electrical force also has magnitude and strength. Affected by: • Charge on the two species • Distance between them Coulomb’s law mathematically represents this (forces between charges): F = kq 1 /d2 Where: • q 1 q ...
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