# Questions tagged [electric-circuits]

An electronic system, with closed loop current flow, and relative electrical potentials present across electrical components.

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### Free Electron-Bond Electron Interactions

I am reading an introductory textbook on electronics: Practical Electronics for Inventors by Paul Scherz and Simon Monk. In a section discussing the motion of electrons in circuits, the textbook ...
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### Can the Hall effect drive a current?

In the Hall Effect current is passed through a wide strip of metal in a perpendicular magnetic field. Since (some of) the negative charges in the metal move but the positive ones stay put, the ...
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### Is high frequency alternating current capable of rotating induction motor?

I have 100khz AC power that can light up a bulb, can I use this to run small induction motor? I want the Lorentz force to push rotor coil, I know that motor would not rotate at 100000hz rate but it ...
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### Why are(n’t) rechargeable batteries damaged by partial charging?

Originally asked in ElectricalEngineering.SE, but I was told Physics.SE might be a better place to ask. Over the years, I've come across websites and people with different opinions on the "correct" ...
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### Photovoltaic Device and Photon Absorption

When dealing with a photodiode photons with lower energy (such as red light) penetrate deeper then a photon with higher energy (such as blue light). The responsivity of the photodiode has a lower ...
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### In series RLC circuit, does decreasing the capacitance value really make the circuit more capacitive circuit?

This seems very counter intuitive to me. How can decreasing the capacitance value make the circuit more capacitive ? The math tells me so : If $C$ decreases then $X_c = \dfrac{1}{\omega C}$ ...
Consider three Scenarios : 1) In this case , we are Calculating $$\frac{d(Q_b)}{d( \triangle Vab)}$$ 2) In this case , we are Calculating $$\frac{d(Q_a)}{d( \triangle Vab)}$$ 3) In this ...