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By Allan H. Robbins, Wilhelm C. Miller

Written for a primary path in circuit research on the EET point, this up-to-date variation offers elementary, easy-to-understand assurance of primary circuit research subject matters together with criteria of DC and AC, equipment of study, capacitance, inductance, magnetism, easy transients, and extra. precise studying positive aspects improve each bankruptcy, resembling "Putting it into Perspective" historic vignettes and "Putting it into Practice" purposes. an indicator of this version is the inclusion of 2 well known laptop software applications, MultiSIM™ and Cadence PSpice, either of their most recent types and built-in all through to assist clients research through hands-on simulation and to allow exploration of "what if?"-type eventualities.

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The potential difference between two points is 140 mV. If 280 mJ of work are required to move a charge Q from one point to the other, what is Q? Answers: 1. 5 V Ϫ 2. 2 mC Although Equation 2–2 is the formal definition of voltage, it is a bit abstract. A more satisfying way to look at voltage is to view it as the force or “push” that moves electrons around a circuit. This view is looked at in great detail, starting in Chapter 4 where we consider Ohm’s law. For the moment, however, we will stay with Equation 2–2, which is important because it provides the theoretical foundation for many of the important circuit relationships that you will soon encounter.

Explain why. 17. If 360 joules of energy are required to transfer 15 C of charge through the lamp of Figure 2–1, what is the voltage of the battery? 53 54 Chapter 2 ■ Voltage and Current 18. 36 ϫ 1019 electrons from one point to the other, what is the potential difference between the two points? 19. 2 kJ of energy are required to move 500 mC from one point to another, what is the voltage between the two points? 20. How much energy is required to move 20 mC of charge through the lamp of Figure 2–22?

3. Describe Coulomb’s law and use it to help explain why electrons far from the nucleus are loosely bound. 4. What are free electrons? Describe how they are created, using copper as an example. Explain what role thermal energy plays in the process. 5. , uncharged) atom, a positive ion, and a negative ion. 2 ■ The Unit of Electrical Charge: The Coulomb 6. Many atoms in Figure 2–6 have lost electrons and are thus positively charged, yet the substance as a whole is uncharged. Why? 2 The Unit of Electrical Charge: The Coulomb As noted in the previous section, the unit of electrical charge is the coulomb (C).

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