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Electricity: general overview  related subjects: Electronics: electricity, Electronics: magnetism
Electricity electric field, Gauss' law, electric potential, capacitance, magnetic field, Lorentz force Law, Hall Effect, Bio Savart law, electromagnetic induction, Lenz's & Faraday's law, Ampere's law, Ampere-Maxwell law, electromagnetic waves
Electricity What is the atomic structure of matter? What are ions and ionization? What are free electrons, conductors and insulators? What is electric current? What is static electricity? What is thermoelectricity? What is resistance? What is electrochemistry? What are magnetism and electricity? How do motors and generators work? How does the light bulb work? What is a transformer? How is electricity generated, transmitted and distributed? How is electricity distributed in the home? What is energy conservation? What is green power? What is distributed generation?
Electricity in German
Electricity electric charges and field electrostatics, effects of current, electromagnetic induction, electrical machines, electricity used at homes, hazards of electricity, capacitor
Electricity & magnetism electric field, Gauss' law, electric potential, capacitance, magnetic field, Lorentz force Law, Hall Effect, Bio Savart law, electromagnetic induction, Lenz's & Faraday's law, Ampere's law, Ampere-Maxwell law, electromagnetic waves
Electricity & magnetism Vector Fields, Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Faraday's Law, Light
Electricity & magnetism Static Electricity, Gauss' Law, The Electric Potential, Capacitance and Dielectrics, Electrodynamics, Direct Current Circuits, Magnetic Fields and Forces, Sources of Magnetic Field, Electromagnetic Induction, Inductance, Electromagnetic Waves
Electricity and magnetism TATIC ELECTRICITY, Structure of the Atom, The Fundamentals of Electricity, Coulomb’s Law, electric field, Electric Field Intensity, Electric Potential Energy, Conduction in Solids, Conductors and Insulators, Electric Power and Energy, Natural Magnets, Magnetic Fields, The Magnetic Force, Electromagnetic Induction, ...,  online book in pdf format, 2 Megabyte
Electricity and magnetism electricity and magnetism, static electricity, Gauss' law, electric potential, capacitance and dielectrics, electrodynamics, Kirchoff's rules, magnetic fields and forces, electromagnetic induction, inductance, electromagnetic waves, properties and propagation of light, The Properties and Propagation of Light, Physical Optics
Electricity and magnetism electric field, Gauss' law, dipole, capacitors, electric potential, capacitance, current, magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, Lorentz force Law, ...
Electricity & magnetism tutorial electric field, Gauss' law, electric potential, capacitance, magnetic field, Lorentz force Law, DC circuits, ...
Electricity online animated
L’électricité en Français, pdf file
Physics 122
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Electricity topics 
Champ d'action champ magnétique, champ électrique, lignes de force, en Français
Conventional vs electron flow
Current and resistance Kirchhoff's laws
Current and resistance
Electric blue sparks (static generator)
Electric current
Electrical Current Charge in motion (in one direction) is referred to as current
Electrical discharges electrical discharges
Hoeveelheid elektriciteit Q = I x t, in Dutch
Induction coils induction coils
Insulators & conductors insulators & conductors
Pont de Wheatstone pdf file, en Français
Resistance in a conductor resistance in a conductor, there are three external factors that influence the resistance in a conductor. Thickness (cross sectional area of the wire), length, and temperature all have some effect on the amount of resistance created in a conductor. The fourth factor is the conductivity of the material we are using
Resistivity resistivity
Resistivity resistivity
Resistivity resistivity
Speed of an electron
Thermoelectrics thermoelectric modules are solid-state devices (no moving parts) that convert electrical energy into a temperature gradient, known as the "Peltier effect" or convert thermal energy from a temperature gradient into electrical energy, the "Seebeck effect."
Water circuit analogy to electric circuit

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