Including practical experience in circuit construction
Since this research report is divided into two parts, you can build your own circuits and projects more comfortably without help, because the other part is about the practice of electronic project construction.
Chapter 1 is about the factors that must exist in the circuit to make it work. We are talking about voltages and currents and examples of static charges that we have seen that cause power flow.
Learn which materials can control the power of amazing small electrons.
Now that we have electronic movement, we have to deal with them, which means we talk about resistance and define ohms. We continue to discuss why resistance has two values.
This explains how to find a strange “electric field” in a box.
Here, I will explain how the capacitor is made of sheet metal or foil separated by an insulating material.
We are talking about nine common insulating materials and their “dielectric constants”, which measure the ability of each material to contain an electric field and other interesting facts about the capacitor and how it works.
Find out what happens when the magnetic field and the coil are combined.
This is the chapter I introduced to the terminology. Here you will see how the magnetic field passing through the pole provides voltage in the coil. We are discussing how to use current and magnetic fields and the importance of later knowledge.