Lecture 6

Lecture 6 - Current Current currents flowofcharge convention

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currents flow of charge nvention irection of flow of positive convention direction of flow of positive charge is direction of current. 1747 enjamin Franklin proposes the principle of Benjamin Franklin proposes the principle of conservation of charge and calls the fluid that exists and flows “positive”.
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Benjamin Franklin 1706 1790
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ho is the First PhD in Physics Who is the First PhD in Physics
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Lewis H. Latimer, 1848 1928 He made his most important scientific contributions, by improving the light bulb vented by Edison and inventing a invented by Edison and inventing a manufacturing process for the carbon filament in 1882. Edison's light bulb was lit by an electrified filament made of paper, which burnt out quickly. Latimer created a light bulb with a filament made of the much more durable carbon. Latimer sold the patent for the Incandescent Electric Light Bulb with Carbon Filament to the United States Electric Company in 1881.
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wis H. Latimer, 1848 928 Lewis H. Latimer, 1848 1928
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2010 for the course EEGR 304 taught by Professor Craigscott during the Spring '08 term at Morgan.

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Lecture 6 - Current Current currents flowofcharge convention

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