Topic 5_09: Electric Circuits
Unit Notes
5.1_Electric Potential and Electric Potential Energy .pdf .pptx
5.1_Electrical Resistance and Resistivity .pdf .pptx
5.1_ Electrical Conduction and Current .pdf .pptx
5.1_Ohm's Law and Electrical Power .pdf .pptx
Analyzing circuits (Kirchoff's Rules) .pdf .pptx
5.1_Electrical Resistance and Resistivity .pdf .pptx
5.1_ Electrical Conduction and Current .pdf .pptx
5.1_Ohm's Law and Electrical Power .pdf .pptx
Analyzing circuits (Kirchoff's Rules) .pdf .pptx
Lab Sheets
Assessment Statements
5.1 Electric Potential Difference, Current, and Resistance
Electric Potential Difference
5.1.1

Define the electric potential difference

Textbook: p. 562566

5.1.2

Determine the change in potential energy when a charge moves between two points at different potentials

Textbook: p. 566568;

5.1.3

Define the electronvolt

Textbook: p. 574

5.1.4

Solve problems involving electric potential difference

Electric Current and Resistance
5.1.5

Define electric current

Textbook: p. 600602

5.1.6

Define resistance

Textbook: p. 602603

5.1.7

Apply the equation for resistance in the form R=(rho)*L/A, where (rho) is the resistivity of the material of the resistor.

Textbook: p. 604607

5.1.8

State Ohm's law
hint: it's NOT an equationthis is written in words 
5.1.9

Compare ohmic and nonohmic behavior

Textbook: p. 603

5.1.10

Derive and apply expressions for electrical power dissipation in resistors

Textbook: p. 609611

5.1.11

Solve problems involving potential difference, current, and resistance

5.2 Electric Circuits
5.2.1

Define electromotive force (e.m.f)

5.2.2

Describe the concept of internal resistance

5.2.3

Apply the equations for resistors in series and in parallel

5.2.4

Draw circuit diagrams

5.2.5

Describe the use of ideal ammeters and ideal voltmeters

5.2.6

Describe a potential divider

5.2.7

Explain the use of sensors in potential divider circuits

5.2.8

Solve problems involving electric circuits
