Mixture.
Electrons.
Element.
Compund.
Valence electrons.
Orbiting electrons.
K shell electrons.
The energy is shared equally by all electrons.
Charged.
Stable.
Unstable.
Complete.
Insulators.
Conductors.
Stable atoms.
Semiconductors.
Inward.
Inward, then outward.
Outward.
Outward, then inward.
Current.
Negative charge.
Voltage.
Electrostatic force.
Area, weight, and state of material.
Temperature, weight, and state of material.
Area, temperature, and type of material.
Temperature, type of material, and state of material.
40 ohms.
10 ohms.
20 ohms.
0.5 ohms.
23 ohms.
11 ohms.
15 ohms.
8 ohms.
I3 = 5 amps and IT = 14 amps.
I3 = 4 amps and IT = 9 amps.
I3 = 4 amps and IT = 18 amps..
Not enough information to solve.
E3 = 9 volts and E1 = 3 volts.
E3 = 9 volts and E1 = 12 volts.
E3 = 3 volts and E1 = 9 volts.
E3 = 3 volts and E1 = 6 volts.
An open causes resistance to decrease; a short causes resistance to increase.
No current flow in an open circuit; excessive current flow in a shorted component.
Minimum voltage development across the open component; maximum voltage development across the shorted component.
Excessive current flow in an open circuit; no current flow in a shorted component.
Magnetism.
Reluctance.
Direct current.
Electromagnetic induction.
Current is maximum when voltage is zero; voltage is maximum when current is zero.
Current is zero when voltage is zero; voltage is maximum when current is maximum.
If current decreases, voltage aids the decrease.
If current increases, voltage aids the increase.
Mutual induction.
Magnetic induction.
Counterelectromotive force.
Primary and secondary induction.
Field.
Primary.
Secondary.
Stationary.
Capacitance increases.
Capacitance decreases.
Electrons are distorted and scattered.
Electrostatic force between the plates decreases.
Has the ability to conduct in all directions when gated or discharged.
Has the ability to conduct in one direction and not the other.
Applied voltage leads current by 90 degrees.
Current leads applied voltage by 90 degrees.
Alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC)
Pulsating DC.
AC.
Pure DC.
Is a three-terminal device.
Has the ability to conduct in one direction and not the other.
Is a five-terminal device.
Has the ability to conduct in all directions when gated or discharged.
Neutrons.
Holes.
Electrons.
Protons.
Dielectric region.
Depletion region.
Depletion field.
PN region.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Reverse biased.
Turned on.
Forward biased.
Not allowing current to flow.
4.
3.
2.
1.
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