# Tagged: Ohm’s law

## AC circuit containing inductive coil of zero ohmic resistance or non inductive ohmic resistance

The inductive reactance is different from the ohmic resistance where the inductive reactance for a coil of zero resistance does not cause loss in electric energy, because the current resistance is due to the...

## Kirchhoff’s first law, Kirchhoff’s second law & how to solve problems of Kirchhoff’s laws

Kirchhoff’s Laws Some electric circuits consist of many branches and are too complicated to be managed by Ohm’s law because the electric current passing through them is different in each branch, For such cases,...

## Ohm’s Law for the closed circuit, Relation between emf (VB) of an electric cell & voltage across its poles

Ohm’s Law The emf of an electric cell (battery – source) is the total work done inside and outside the cell to transfer electric charges in the electric circuit, If we denote the emf...

## Resistances connection (series & parallel), Electric energy and Electric power

Electric resistances can be connected in the electric circuit using two methods which are series connection, parallel connection, Home appliances are connected in parallel, Thus every device can work individually on the potential difference...

## Electrical current, Potential difference, Electric resistance and Ohm’s law

The electric current is a flow of electric charges through a conducting material, The electric current flows from the positive pole to the negative pole outside the source & it is called the conventional...

## Types of electric resistance (The resistor) and Ohm’s law

The electric resistance (The resistor) The electric current faces an obstruction (resistance) when it passes through a conductor which affects its intensity, The electric resistance is the opposition that the electric current faces during...