Fundamental Physics/Electricity/Electric Heat

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Electric Heat[edit | edit source]

Heat energy dissipated into the surrounding from the resistor. In any electric circuit, heat energy dissispated is considered as electric energy loss

Electric Heat Energy[edit | edit source]

In an electric circuit of a voltage source and a conductor that possess a resistanc R, heat energy dissispated through resistor's resistance

Ohms law voltage source.svg

Resistance change with temperature[edit | edit source]

for conductor
for semi conductor respectively

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