Electricity Experiments You Can Do At Home

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Electricity Experiments You Can Do At Home

Download Electricity Experiments You Can Do At Home PDF book free online – From Electricity Experiments You Can Do At Home PDF:Electricity Experiments You Can Do At Home is a hands-on guide that helps you master the principles of electrical currents and magnetism. Buy From Amazon

Each of the book’s three sections – direct current, alternating current, and magnetism – begins with step-by-step instructions for setting up your lab for the experiments that follow. Using inexpensive, easy-to-find parts, the experiments progress from basic to more complex and will spark ideas and encourage inventiveness. Expect unexpected results when you experiment with:

  • Diode-based voltage reducer
  • Compass-based galvanometer
  • Photovoltaic illuminometer
  • Utility bulb saver
  • Ripple filter
  • Xener-diode voltage regulator
  • AC spectrum monitor
  • Ampere’s law with wire loop
  • AC electromagnet
  • Handheld wind turbine
  • And dozens more projects

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ELECTRICITY EXPERIMENTS YOU CAN DO AT HOME helps you to:

  • Solve circuit problems in electricity
  • Build practical and interesting electrical and magnetic devices
  • Get ideas for science-fair projects
  • Prepare for advanced courses in electricity and electronics
  • Learn the basics of laboratory practice

From the Publisher

Stan Gibilisco is an electronics engineer, researcher, mathematician, and bestselling author. He has written several Demystified titles and more than 30 other books, including Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics . Gibilisco’s book McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Personal Computing was named as a “Best Reference of 1996” by the ALA.

About the Author

Stan Gibilisco is an electronics engineer, researcher, mathematician, and bestselling author. He has written several Demystified titles and more than 30 other books, including Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics . Gibilisco’s book McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Personal Computing was named as a “Best Reference of 1996” by the ALA.

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