Difference between revisions of "Electricity"

(See Also)
(See Also)
Line 8: Line 8:
 
Capacitors store [[DC]] energy and releases it later. Capacitors only store [[DC]] and let [[AC]] pass though with a little resistance.
 
Capacitors store [[DC]] energy and releases it later. Capacitors only store [[DC]] and let [[AC]] pass though with a little resistance.
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
* [[Phycics]]
+
* [[Physics]]
 
{{stub}}
 
{{stub}}

Revision as of 09:04, 8 July 2019

Overview

Electricity is the flow of electrons. It can be captured in certain liquids and solids.

Power Source

The power source of a circuit supplies electrons and when the electrons are finished it takes the back.

Resistors

Resistors diffuse some of the electric and may have a proper function like a light bulb or a fan. Anything that consumes electricity and gives less back is a resistor. Always have a resistor in your circuits. It there is no resistance the current is 100%. Also, the resistor needs to be big enough.

Capacitors

Capacitors store DC energy and releases it later. Capacitors only store DC and let AC pass though with a little resistance.

See Also

This article is a stub. Help us out by expanding it.

Invalid username
Login to AoPS