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Electric current - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... (AC). A term formerly used for direct current was galvanic current . [ 12 ] Alternating current [ edit ] Main article: Alternating current In alternating current (AC, also ac), the mo-vement of electric charge periodically reverses ...

Electric current - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... (AC). A term formerly used for direct current was galvanic current . [ 12 ] Alternating current [ edit ] Main article: Alternating current In alternating current (AC, also ac), the mo-vement of electric charge periodically reverses ...

Electric current - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... simply alternating and direct , as when they modify current or voltage . [ 10 ] [ 11 ] Direct current Main article: Direct current Direct current (DC) is the unidirectional flow of electric charge . Direct current is produced by sources ...

Category:Electric current - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... learn more ).   Electric current A AC/DC receiver design Alternating current Aromatic ring current B Bidirectional current C Constant current Current divider Current source D Direct current Displacement current L Current limiting P ...

Current density - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Electric current - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... (AC). A term formerly used for direct current was galvanic current . [ 12 ] Alternating current [ edit ] Main article: Alternating current In alternating current (AC, also ac), the mo-vement of electric charge periodically reverses ...

Ampere - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... steady current I flowing for a time t as Q = It . History [ edit ] The ampere was originally defined as one tenth of the CGS system electromagnetic unit of current (now known as the abampere ), the amount of current that generates a force ...

Electromagnetic induction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Maxwell tensor Poynting vector Liénard–Wiechert potential Jefimenko's equations Eddy current London equations Electrical network Electric current Electric potential Voltage Res-istance Ohm's law Series circuit Parallel circuit ...

Electricity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Jefimenko's equations Eddy current London equations Electrical network Electric current Electric potential Voltage Resistance Ohm's law Series circuit Parallel circuit Direct current Alternating current Electromotive force ...

Portal:Current events - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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