# Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws – Explained

The relationship between the current and voltage in a circuit was studied and formulated into laws by Gustov Kirchhoff, a German Physicist in 1845. These laws state the relationship between…

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Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws – Explained

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Ohm’s Law – Relationship between current and voltage

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Difference between Neutral and Earth

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Difference between over-current and overload

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Transformer Action

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Difference between Higher potential and lower potential

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Voltage division rule | Potential divider circuit

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Series and Parallel circuits

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What is an Electric Circuit?

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Difference between volts and watts

The relationship between the current and voltage in a circuit was studied and formulated into laws by Gustov Kirchhoff, a German Physicist in 1845. These laws state the relationship between…

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Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws – Explained

Ohm’s law is one of the basic principles of electricity. It relates the basic parameters of electricity, current and voltage, to each other. Georg Ohm, after whom the law was…

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Ohm’s Law – Relationship between current and voltage

This article focus on explaining the similarities and dissimilarities between neutral and earth (ground). Understanding the difference between the neutral and earth may be difficult in the beginning. A Lot…

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Difference between Neutral and Earth

Over-current Any situation in which the current flow through a device or conductor exceeds the desired value is known as over current. Both overload and short circuit can cause excessive…

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Difference between over-current and overload

Transformer action is a phenomenon by which EMF(Electro-motive force) is induced in from one coil to the other coil by electro magnetic induction. It is the basic principle of electric…

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Transformer Action

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Difference between Higher potential and lower potential

Voltage division rule is one of the basic rules of circuit analysis. It is applicable to all series circuits and combination circuits. Series circuit always acts as a Voltage divider. In a series circuit, the same current flows through each resistance. Hence the voltage drops across each resistor are proportional to their ohmic value.

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Voltage division rule | Potential divider circuit

Current flow in a circuit is determined by the impedance offered by the circuit components, which is in turn determined by the way circuit components are connected. Series connection and parallel connection are the two simplest ways of connecting a circuit.

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Series and Parallel circuits

Two or more circuit components such as power source, resistors, inductors and capacitors when interconnected, it forms an electric circuit. (more…)

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What is an Electric Circuit?

**Volts and watts** are two of the most common and key terms in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Most of the times these terms confuse the newbie or those who have just started learning Electrical sciences. (more…)

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Difference between volts and watts