Ohms law states that the electrical current through a conductor is proportional to the potential
difference across it. Furthermore, the electrical resistance of the conductor is constant.
He performed a large series of experiments that showed the
Deriving Coulomb's law from Gauss's law
Strictly speaking, Coulomb's law cannot be derived from Gauss's law alone, since Gauss's law
does not give any information regarding the curl
Conventional Current Direction
The particles that carry charge through wires in a circuit are mobile electrons. The electric field
direction within a circuit is by definition the direction that positive test charges are pushed. Thus,
these negatively char
Lab Report 1
Our first physics lab experiment involved rubbing materials against each
other to create charges and using an electroscope to observe these charges.
If the charge on the rubbed object was strong, the