Card Set Information
One coulomb is equal to the charge of ________ electrons.
6.28 x 10^18
Six known methods of producing a voltage
Friction, Pressure, Heat, Light, Chemical Action, Magnetism
The element ________ is the conductor most widely used throughout electrical applications.
________ has a lower resistance than copper but its cost, limits usage to circuits where a high conductivity is demanded.
__________, which is considerably lighter than copper, is used as a conductor when weight is a major factor.
Resistance of a conductor is _______ proportional to its cross-sectional area.
The resistance of a conductor is ________ proportional to its length.
If the electrolyte is spilled or splashed on the skin or eyes, IMMEDIATELY flush the skin or eyes with large quantities of fresh water for a minimum of ___ minutes.
One horsepower is equal to _____ watts
Tests have shown that body resistance under unfavorable conditions may be as low as ____ ohms, and possibly as low as ___ ohms from temple to temple if the skin is broken
A fatal shock can occur from ____ ampere of current