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This slideshow covers the Electricity topic from the 2016 AQA syllabus. It includes: circuit symbols, electric current, charge and current, definition of voltage, current and resistance, Ohm's Law, calculating resistance, using a battery to drive a current, factors affecting resistance of a wire, current-voltage graphs for bulbs, resistors and diodes, resistance of LDRs and thermistors, using LDRs and thermistors in control circuits, current and voltage in series and parallel circuits, resistance in series and parallel circuits, equivalent resistance, DC and AC, wiring a plug, the role of the earth, live and neutral wires, what happens when you are electrocuted, fuses, circuit breakers, electrical power and P=IV, energy and E=PT, charge and W=QV, the National Grid, static electricity, electric fields.

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