Basic Electricity Part 1 Class 1

Gravitational Potential Energy (mgh) Work done to bring a Unit positive charge from one point to the other against electrostatic forces Electrostatic potential Energy Gravitational Potential Energy (mgh) Voltage=Potential difference Current=Charge flowing through unit area per second I=q/t (q – quantity of electric charge , t – time) Ammeter Volt meter Volt meter in Parallel […]

Electricity Bill breakdown

My name is mMorgan Holmes, and I am a researcher with the Energy Policy Innovation Council or EPIC, at Arizona State University. We provide unbiased research, and information to policymakers and the community on energy policy best practices with a special focus on Arizona and clean energy innovation. Today I’m going to talk about what […]

Could Ultracapacitors Realize Their Full Potential…With Laxatives?

Supercapacitors present an amazing opportunity to move away from batteries and into a world where almost instant charging is the norm. But their drawbacks mean we can’t use them widely…yet. Experiments with a new class of materials that are related to soap and laxatives (yes, laxatives) could bring us one step closer to a world […]

Sparks from Falling Water: Kelvin’s Thunderstorm

So the people from the Hunger Games came to me and they asked me if I wanted to do an experiment that would be related to power generation. And strangely, there is this one idea that I’ve been thinking about for years, and now finally I have the chance to do it. Come check it […]

Review of all Electricity and Magnetism Dimensions – AP Physics C

Bo: Hey guys. Billy: Hey Bo. Bobby: Hi Bo. ♫ (lyrics) Flipping Physics ♫ Mr. P.: Ladies and gentle people, the bell has rung, therefore class has begun. Therefore you should be seated in your seat and ready to review electricity and magnetism dimensions, because dimensions are your? Billy, Bobby, Bo: Friends. Mr. P.: That’s […]

Exploring Static Electricity

Hi I am Jared welcome to Fun Science Demos. Check this out. How did I do that? What was going on there? Was it magic? No it was science. What you did not see me do is rub this straw on this fur and charge it up? Well what do I mean when I say […]

Basics of Electricity and Electronics #1 | Voltage, Current and Power | Electricity 101

Hello friends. Welcome to the new video by Practical Ninjas. In this video, we will be learning about the basic concepts of electricity. The video will discuss the charge, voltage, current, power and energy. Let us start from the basics that we have studied in schools. We know that any atom is made up of […]

Make your own Li-Ion Battery Pack

I recently got myself two spools with five meters of white LED strip that I want to utilize in a future portable lighting project, so once again It was time to choose a suitable battery type. Due to the superior gravimetric and volumetric energy density I wanted to either use Lithium Polymer or Lithium Ion. […]

Electric Charge: Crash Course Physics #25

The shock you get from a doorknob. That trick you used to do with a balloon, to make your hair stick up. Or, of course, a lightning strike. They’re all governed by the same principle: static electricity. Static electricity occurs when an object obtains a net amount of positive or negative electric charge, creating an […]

The science of static electricity – Anuradha Bhagwat

It can strike without warning, at any moment. You may be walking across a soft carpet and reaching for the door knob when suddenly…zap! To understand static electricity, we first need to know a bit about the nature of matter. All matter is made up of atoms that consist of three types of smaller particles: […]