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current-carrying

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  • Ampère also devised a rule governing the mutual interaction of current-carrying wires (known as Ampère's law) and defined the unit of measurement for current flow, now known as the ampère.

    Ampère, André Marie

  • Although the first commercial versions of the glasses will only allow people to switch between their normal vision and reading prescriptions, the researchers believe that by applying different voltages and changing the number of current-carrying rings within each lens they can make lenses that produce a variety of different magnifications.

    A better way to focus

  • Although the first commercial versions of the glasses will only allow people to switch between their normal vision and reading prescriptions, the researchers believe that by applying different voltages and changing the number of current-carrying rings within each lens they can make lenses that produce a variety of different magnifications.

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  • Using a customized microscope, Princeton scientists have mapped the strength of current-carrying electron pairs as they form in a ceramic superconductor.

    Nanoscale Imaging Shows Unexpected Behaviors in High-Temperature Superconductors | Impact Lab

  • In addition to DBRTs, potential applications include ultrasmall light-emitting devices (LEDs) that can be prepared inside the nanowires, minute photonic detectors, and smaller chips with transistors and other devices being assembled within current-carrying wires.

    Honey, Who Shrank the Circuits?

  • Hans Oersted (1777–1851) showed that a magnetic needle placed near a current-carrying wire deviated from its position, and that the direction of deviation depended on the direction of current flow.

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  • André-Marie Ampère (1775–1836) repeated Oersted's experiments (1820) and reported his discovery that two current-carrying wires exercise a reciprocal action upon one another.

    1820

  • He later established a mathematical theory of known electrical phenomena and experimentally demonstrated the principles of the electrodynamics of adjacent current-carrying conductors.

    1820

  • He took a wire-stripping tool and bared an inch-long section of the current-carrying wires.

    Pressure Point

  • He took a wire-stripping tool and bared an inch-long section of the current-carrying wires.

    Pressure Point

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