Defibrillator philips heartstart fr2 aed source

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Defibrillator “Philips HeartStart FR2 + AED” (Source: Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.) http://www.alertfirstaid.com/FR2wECG.html
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“noccon01.flv” (Source: No-Contact LLC) http://no-contact.com/index-2.html Protective clothing
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Capacitors Inside a parallel-plate capacitor, the capacitance is: where A is the area of one of the plates and d is the separation distance between the plates. When you connect a battery up to a capacitor, charge is pulled from one plate and transferred to the other plate.
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Capacitors The transfer of charge will stop when the potential drop across the capacitor equals the potential difference of the battery. Capacitance is a physical fact of the capacitor, the only way to change it is to change the geometry of the capacitor. Thus, to increase capacitance, increase A or decrease d or some other physical change to the capacitor.
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Clicker Question 25A-2 Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the potentials V a to V e at the points a to e. A) V d = V e > V c > V a = V b . B) V b = V c = V e > V a = V d . C) V a = V b = V c = V d = V e . D) V a = V b > V c > V d = V e . E) V a = V b = V d = V e > V c .
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For Next Time (FNT) Keep reading Chapter 25 Keep working on the homework for Chapter 24
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