Materials which do not allow electric current to flow through them is known as
What do you mean by power rating of an electrical appliance? How to use it to calculate (a) the resistance of the appliance, and (b) the safe limit of current in it, while in use?
What is the difference between charge and energy? Are they interrelated
If a light burns out in a parallel circuit, what happens to other lights that may be connected and why?
Does higher Ohms mean more Resistance?
What factors does the resistance of a conductor depend on?
Define one coulomb charge.
State Ohm's law. Draw a labelled circuit diagram to verify this law in the laboratory. Draw a V-I graph for the same and explain how would you use this graph to determine the resistance of the conductor.
The rate of flow of charges is known as
1) Electric potential
2) Electric conductance
3) Electric current
4) None of these.
If the distance between two charges is doubled, what will happen the force between the charges?
Give differences between ohmic and non-ohmic conductors.
A thick wire has smaller resistance while a thin wire has larger resistance. True or False
Which metals is the best conductors of electricity?
How to find the exact value of using the half angle formula?
An electric kettle rated as 1200 W at 220 V and a toaster rated at 1000 W at 220 V are both connected in parallel to a source of 220 V. If the fuse connected to the source blows when the current exceeds 9.0 A, can both appliances be used at the same time ? Illustrate your answer with calculations.