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Vocabulary

Voltmeter: Ammeter:
electrical circuit

A voltmeter is an instrument used to measure the potential difference between two points in an electrical circuit An ammeter is an instrument that measures the amount of current is flowing through an

Resistance: Bakelite:

is a component used in electrical and electronics associated with the loss of voltage

between two points in a circuit is a phenolic that has interesting applications and this object can be shaped as it hardens to form and solidify

Ampere: is the unit of electrical current. It is part of the basic units in the International System of
Units and was named after Andr-Marie Ampre.

Voltage: The voltage is equal to the work would have to do per unit charge against a staticelectric
field to move cargo between two points

Galvanometer: is an instrument used to detect and measure electric current. This is


an analogelectromechanical transducer that produces a deformation of rotation of a needle or pointer in response to electrical current flowing through its coil

Breadboard: is also known as

breadboard is a reusable plate or semi-generic use, used to build

prototypes of electronic circuits with or without solder.

Cable: It is called a conductor wire (usually copper) or set of them usually coated with an insulating
material or protector.

Ohm's law: In electricity, a law that links potential difference, current and electrical resistance. Circuit: A circuit is an electrical network (interconnection of two or more components such as
resistors, inductors, capacitors, sources, and semiconductor switches) that contains at least one closed path.

Series circuit: A series circuit connection is a configuration in which the terminals


or terminal devices (generators, resistors, capacitors, switches, among others.) Are connected sequentially.

Parallel circuit: The parallel circuit is a connection where the obese or ports of entry for all
devices(generators, resistors, capacitors, etc..) Onlinematch each other, as well as its output terminals.

Acrylic: Acrylic acid is a chemical compound (formulaC3H4O2). This is the simplest unsaturated
carboxylic acid with one double bond and a carboxyl group bound to its C3

Led: The diode is a light emitter, "also" LED ") is asemiconductor diode that emits light. Indicatorsare
used in many devices

Transisor: The transistor is a semiconductor electronic device which acts as amplifier, oscillator,
switch, or rectifier.

Diode: A diode is a two-terminal electronic componentthat allows electrical current flow through it in
one direction.

Battery: It is called battery, battery, electric battery or justbattery, the device that stores electrical
energyusing electrochemical methods and subsequentlyreturns almost entirely, this cycle can be repeatedby a number of times

Ferric Oxide:

is one of the oxides of iron, whose formula is Fe2O3. In this compound, the

valence of iron is+3. It has several structural forms: -structure of corundum. -spinel type structure. It has no metallic sheen. Does not conduct electricity due to the electronic location that exists in the metal center. It prevents the formation of conduction bands.

Universidad De Colima Facultad de Ingeniera Electromecnica