Fundamental Physics/Electricity/Electric Formulas

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Electric Charged Particles[edit]

All matter's Atom's are made from smallest indivisible electric charged particles of three types liste in the table below

Charged Particle Symbol Mass Electric Charge Carry
Electron -
Proton +
Neutron 0

Electric Charge[edit]

Electric Charge Properties[edit]

Charge Process Electric Charge Symbol Electric Field Magnetic Field
Neutral Matter + e- Negative Charge - Q -->E<-- B ↑
Neutral Matter - e- Positive Charge + Q <--E--> B ↓

Electric Charge Interaction[edit]

Electric Force Definition Symbol Mathematical Formula
Electrostatic Force Force of attraction of 2 opposite charges follows Coulomb's Law
Eletromotive Force Force interacts with electric charge to creates Electric Field
Eletromagnetomotive Force Force interacts with electric charge to creates Magnetic Field
Eletromagnetic Force Sum of Eletromotive Force and Eletromagnetomotive Force

Electricity[edit]

Electricity types[edit]

Electricity types Definition Mathematical Formula Source
DC Electricity Electricity that provides constant voltage over time Electrolysis, Electrochemcial Cell, PhotonVoltaic
AC Electricity Electricity that provides sinusoidal changing voltage over changing time Electromagnetic induction

DC & AC Response[edit]

Resistive circuit[edit]

Characteristics DC AC
Voltage
Current
Resistance
Power provided
Power Loss
Power delivered
Reactance
Impedance
Phase

Capacitor circuit[edit]

Characteristics DC AC
Voltage
Charge
Capacitance
Current
Power provided
Reactance


Impedance


Phase
Time Constant

Inductor circuit[edit]

Characteristics DC AC
Magnetic Field Strength
Current
Inductance
Current
Power provided
Reactance


Impedance


Phase
Time Constant

Electrical Oscillation[edit]

Modes of Oscillation Oscillation equation Wave Function Angular Speed Time Constant Oscilation Constant ' Decay constant
Electric decay current
sinusoidal wave oscillation
Electric peak current
sinusoidal wave oscillation





Electric current
sinusoidal wave oscillation

Electric current sinusoidal
standing wave oscillation

Electric Heat[edit]

Electric Heat . Electricity and resistance interact to creates Heat energy

for Conductor
for Non-Conductor

Electromagnetism[edit]

Electromagnetic Field[edit]

Definition Symbol Mathematica; Formula
Magnetic Field Strength Electric current flows through conductor to creates Magnetic field
Induced Magnetic Field Strength Induced magnetic field created from magnetic field
Magnetization Field Strength Magnetization magnetic field created from magnetic field

Electromagnetic Induction[edit]

Definition Symbol Mathematica; Formula
Magnetic Field Electricity and conductor interact to creates Magnetic field of strength
Electromagnetic Potential Electricity and conductor interact to creates Magnetic field of strength
Induced Magnetic Field Electricity and conductor interact to creates Magnetic field of strength
Induced Electromagnetic Postential Electricity and conductor interact to creates Magnetic field of strength

Electromagnetization[edit]

Electromagnetization Definition Vector Equation
Electromagnetization Permanent electromagnet


Electromagnetic oscillation wave[edit]

Electromagnetic Oscillation Definition Vector Equation
Electromagnetic oscillation vector equation Oscillation of 2 fields E and B


Electromagnetic wave equation

Electromagnetic wave function



Electromagnetic Wave Propagation[edit]

Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Symbol Mathematical Formulas
Electromagnetic Wave Speed
Electromagnetic Wave Energy
Electromagnetic Wave Quanta
Electromagnetic Wave Length
Electromagnetic Wave Momentum

Electromagnetic Wave Radiation[edit]

Electromagnetic wave proparates at speed of light carries quanta of energy called photon and radiates as visibile light at fo or electricity at f>fo . Visible light and electricity are called photon's state . Photon cannot exist in 2 state at the same time according to Heinsberg's Uncertainty principle which can be expressed mathematically

Electromagnetic Wave Radiation In Vaccum and Free air In Material Medium
Photon energy level
Quantization
Quanta's Particle-wave duality Particle
Wave
Particle
Wave
Photon's State radiant photon of visible Light Electric photon of free electron
Uncertainty photon's state visible light only free electron only

Electromagnetic Light[edit]

Electromagnetic Electricity[edit]