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    Circuits

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    Circuits, what is up with that? First you need to understand how all the parts of a circuit relate. The main thing that a circuit has is conductance and that all the parts are conductors. Conductors are materials in which electric charges move freely. If the material isn't a conductor, it is either a insulator or a semiconductor. Conductors are mainly metalic substances such as copper, aluminum, and gold. Conductors allow a charge to build up and move "freely" through the conductor. When dealing

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    The Family Circuit

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    The Family Circuit A mother is doing laundry while her infant sleeps soundly in the room upstairs. She is mid-fold when a cry pierces the silence. She looks over at the baby-cam monitor and sees that her child is in his crib. She reads the dials on the side of the monitor: Vital Signs: normal. Diaper moisture level: 0. Minutes since last feeding: 136. Sighing, she reaches over and clicks three buttons, and resumes her work. Upstairs the crib starts to rock gently, as a nearby stereo plays a recording

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    Circuit Training

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    Circuit Training Introduction I will be performing a circuit over the next several weeks. My circuit will consist of 10 stations, which will last 30 seconds per station. After each station I will rest for 30 seconds. I will go round the circuit twice and will have a rest of 1 minute after one rotation of the circuit (I will do that for 2 weeks, with 2 lessons per week). I will record my results and analyse them. As we have 2 lessons a week, I should be able to keep up with the fitness

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    Integrated Circuits

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    electronics can be attributed to the invention of the integrated circuit. These are also commonly referred to as “microchips” and have been refined since they were invented to become smaller and more powerful. Integrated circuits are one of the greatest inventions of last century due to its profound influence on technology through the miniaturization and optimization of electronics. To understand the monumental influence integrated circuits have in technology, one must understand what kind of technology

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    Length of a Wire and Resistance in a Circuit My aim is to find out when I increase a length of wire there should be more resistance in a circuit. Everything on earth is made up of Atoms, which are at a great mass and with a positively charged nucleus. The atom is made up of protons in which is made up of fundamental partial called quarks so the proton have three quarks and they are two going up and one going down and neutrons is also made up of quarks but arranged in a the opposite way

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    AC Bridge Circuits

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    AC Bridge Circuits As we saw with DC measurement circuits, the circuit configuration known as a bridge can be a very useful way to measure unknown values of resistance. This is true with AC as well, and we can apply the very same principle to the accurate measurement of unknown impedances. To review, the bridge circuit works as a pair of two-component voltage dividers connected across the same source voltage, with a null-detector meter movement connected between them to indicate a condition

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    Addiction and the Reward Circuit

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    Addiction and the Reward Circuit Most people are affected directly or indirectly by drug addiction. Many stereotypes including race and socio-economic class are associated with drug addiction. Despite longstanding stereotypes there is more and more evidence being discovered pointing to an explanation from within the brain of the addict. Free will is generally associated with drug addicts as is their choice to use drugs, but free will may not be a factor in addiction. The key to addiction lies

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    Printed Circuit Boards

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    Printed Circuit Boards Printed circuit boards were invented in the1930's and are used in a variety of electronic circuits. The uses range from simple one-transistor amplifiers to super computers. Printed circuit boards are a large part of technology in the modern world. They can be found in products such as cars, toys, TV's, computers, telephones, oven etc. In my report I am going to itemise and explain the process involved in producing a printed circuit board with the characteristics

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    In the last decade, current mode circuits have become popular. Current mode circuits exhibit reliable high frequency response, have simpler architecture, provides better dynamic ranges and operate at lower voltages than their voltage mode counterparts. Among all current mode devices, Dual output second generation Current Conveyor (CCII±) by far is the most popular one. It is widely considered as the op amp equivalent in current mode signal processing. Its performance is characterized by the voltage

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    Investigating Which Factors Affects the Resistance in a Circuit Aim – To investigate which factors that will affect the resistance in an circuit. Factors – All these things might affect the aim * Material the current passes through * Temperature of wire * Length of wire * Thickness of wire We will change the length and thickness of the wire each time, staring with a set length then changing the thickness, and then starting with a set thickness will we change the length. We

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