Electricity Comic
Updated: 7/16/2020
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Piyush Keshan 10-A Physics Portfolio Comic

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• ﻿﻿Topic: Current Electri﻿city﻿﻿﻿
• Indian Language School
• By: Piyush Keshan X-A﻿
• Electricity is so useful. It has taken the world onto another level of development.
• We will start Current Electricity!
• Hey do you know what the teacher will teach today?
• Last year we learnt a little about electricity.
• Hey! What are the differences between Series and Parallel combinations?
• In series combinations,the voltage changes but current remains constant.
• In parallel combinations, the voltage remains constant but current changes.
• VoltmeterBulbElectric cellAmmeter﻿Resistor﻿
• Students.,﻿These are the important formulae of Electricity.
• V = IRQ = It﻿P = VIH = VItR = ρl/ARs = R1 + R2 +...+ Rn1/Rp = 1/R1 +...+ 1/Rn﻿
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• Students., State Ohm's law...
• Excellent! Now, state Joule's law...
• Joule's Law states that the heat produced in a conductor is directly proportional to the square of current through it, its resistance and the time for which current is passed.H = (I^2)Rt
• Ok kids! Time to go.
• Yeah, Super-Conductors lose their resistivity at a fixed temperature.
• Semi-Conductors have resistivity between that of an insulator and a conductor.
• Hey! Do you know about super-conductors?
• Thank You
• And Semi-Conductors?
• Thanks bro!