# Electricity & Megnetism

Electricity and magnetism can be defined as : Electricity is the branch of physics which deals with the study of charges at rest or motion and relationship of electricity with magnetism is called electricity & magnetism.

• ### Difference between thermistor and thermocouple

Thermistor and thermocouple both can be used to measure temperature. Basic difference between thermistor and thermocouple is that “A thermistor…

• ### Capacitance of a Capacitor

The capacitance of a capacitor is the ability of a capacitor  to store an electric charge per unit of voltage across…

• ### What is a capacitor? |types of capacitors with applications

“A capacitor is device that can store charge.”Apart from resistors and inductors a it is the other basic component commonly…

• ### Different Types of Transducers and Their Applications

What are transducers? “A transducer is an electronic device that converts energy from one form to another.”Common types of transducers…

• ### Difference between AC motor and DC motor in tabular form

There are two types of electric motors, AC motors, and DC motors. The basic difference between ac motor and DC…

• ### Maxwell’s Equations: Derivation in Integral and Differential form

The 4 Maxwell equations The basic equations of electromagnetism which are a collection of Gauss’s law for electricity, Gauss’s law…

• ### Magnetic hysteresis loop for ferromagnetic materials

The value of flux density for any value of current is always greater when the current is decreasing, then when…

• ### Electromagnetic Waves Examples

Electromagnetic waves require no medium for transmission and which rapidly propagates through the vacuum.Radio waves, microwaves, X-rays ,Gamma rays, infrared…

• ### What is difference between step up and step down transformer?

Transformer is an electrical device which is used to step up or step down ac voltage.There are two types of…

• ### What are the Different types of the motor?

An electric motor is an electromechanical device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. Basically, there are two types of…