Electricity and Magnetism – Electric Circuits

Electricity and Magnetism – Electric Circuits


There are different types of circuits. The
current in a series circuit can only flow in one path, and it must flow through all
the circuit components. In this series circuit, the current flows through each of the bulbs
in a sequence. Because all the loads in the circuit share the same current, the bulbs
are the same brightness. Adding more bulbs increases the resistance. This causes a decrease
in the current, which results in a decrease in the brightness of all the bulbs. If any
of the bulbs fail in a series circuit, the current will stop flowing, and the other bulbs
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