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Direct and Alternating Current loading

Differentiation between one-directional flow of a current and current that reverses direction within a circuit.

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  • Real World Application
    War of the Currents

    War of the Currents

    by CK-12 //basic

    Find out how the U.S. electrical grid came to carry alternating current and why direct current might make more sense today.

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