Showing posts from March, 2022

## 13. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 7: Domestic Electric Circuits

MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT DOMESTIC ELECTRIC CIRCUITS In homes, electric power is supplied through a main supply (mains), supported through overhead electric poles or by underground cables. In thi…

## 13. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 6: Electric Generator

MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT ELECTRIC GENERATOR The principle of electromagnetic induction can be applied to produce large currents for use in homes and industry.

## 13. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 5: Electromagnetic Induction

MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION Consider a conductor is moving inside a magnetic field or a magnetic field is changing around a fixed conductor. This was first studied by English …

## 13. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 4: Electric Motor

MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT ELECTRIC MOTOR It is a rotating device that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy.

## 13. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 3: Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field

MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT FORCE ON A CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR IN A MAGNETIC FIELD An electric current through a conductor produces a magnetic field. This field exerts a force on a ma…

## 13. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 2: Magnetic Field due to a Current-Carrying Conductor

MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT MAGNETIC FIELD DUE TO A CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR Experiment to find the direction of the field:

## 13. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 1: Magnetic Field & Field Lines

MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC CURRENT Electricity and Magnetism are linked to each other. It can be shown by the following experiment.

## 12. Electricity | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 6: Heating Effect of Electric Current, Electric Power

ELECTRICITY HEATING EFFECT OF ELECTRIC CURRENT A battery or a cell is a source of electrical energy. It generates potential difference that sets the electrons in motion to flow the current through a resistor or…

## 12. Electricity | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 5: Resistance of a System of Resistors

ELECTRICITY RESISTANCE OF A SYSTEM OF RESISTORS In electrical gadgets, resistors are used in various combinations based on Ohm’s law.

## 12. Electricity | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 4: Factors on which the Resistance of a Conductor Depends

ELECTRICITY FACTORS ON WHICH THE RESISTANCE OF A CONDUCTOR DEPENDS Note the ammeter reading in an electric circuit with

## 12. Electricity | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 3: Ohm's Law

ELECTRICITY OHM’S LAW Set up a circuit consisting of a nichrome wire XY (0.5 m length), an ammeter, a voltmeter and four cells of 1.5 V each. (Nichrome = an alloy of Ni, Cr, Mn & Fe.)

## 12. Electricity | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 2: Electric Potential, Potential Difference, Circuit diagrams

ELECTRICITY ELECTRIC POTENTIAL AND POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE Electric charges do not flow in a metallic conductor (e.g. copper wire) by themselves. Here, gravity has no role.

## 12. Electricity | Class 10 CBSE | Web Notes | Part 1: Electric Current and Circuit

ELECTRICITY ELECTRIC CURRENT AND CIRCUIT Flow of electric charges through a conductor (e.g., metallic wire) is called an electric current.