Ground Rules for In-Class Discussions:
1. In order to create a climate for open and honest dialogue and to encourage the
broadest range of viewpoints, it is important for class participants to treat each
other with respect. Name calling, accusations, verb
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Ohmic and Non Ohmic Devices
In this experiment, you will study Ohms law by examining the I-V characteristics
of a xed resistor, a tungsten lament (bulb) and a PN junction (diode
The Electrical Double Layer and Its Structure
At any electrode immersed in an electrolyte solution, a specific interfacial region
is formed. This region is called the double layer. The electrical properties o
Minimum Gibbs Free Energy Principle
At constant temperature; and pressure 1: the_closed system is at equilibrium when its
Gibbs free energy is at a minimum.
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This principle is applicable to chemically re