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Matter, Energy, and Electricity

Energy Levels
Nature of Charges
Magnetic Poles
Theories of magnetism, Webers Theory
Lines of Force
Magnetic Shielding
Electrical Charges
Voltage Produced by Friction
Voltage Produced by Chemical Action
Electric Current
Measurement of Current
Wattage Rating
Chapter 1 Summary
Chapter 1 Answers

Chapter 2 - Batteries

Primary Cell
Polarization of the cell
Other Types of Cells
Series-Connected Cells
Battery Construction
Safety Precautions With Batteries
Chapter 2 Summary
Chapter 2 Answers

Chapter 3 - Direct Current

The basic electric circuit
Ohm's law
Application of ohm's law
Graphical analysis of the basic circuit
Power rating
Power conversion and efficiency
Series DC circuits
Current in a Series Circuit
Voltage in a Series Circuit
Power in a Series Circuit
Rules for Series DC Circuits
Kirchhoff's voltage law
Application of Kirchhoff's voltage law
Series Aiding and Opposing Sources
Circuit terms and characteristics
Open circuit
Short circuit
Source resistance
Power transfer and efficiency
Parallel DC circuits
Voltage in a Parallel Circuit
Current in a Parallel Circuit
Resistance in a Parallel Circuit
Power in a Parallel Circuit
Equivalent Circuits
Rules for Parallel DC Circuits
Series-parallel DC circuits
Practice Circuit Problem
Redrawing circuits for clarity
Redrawing a Complex Circuit
Effects of open and short circuits
Voltage dividers
Multiple-load voltage dividers
Power in the voltage divider
Voltage divider with positive and negative voltage requirements
Practical application of voltage dividers
Equivalent circuit techniques
Danger signals
Electrical fires
Rules for series DC circuits
Rules for parallel DC circuits


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