to enroll in courses, follow best educators, interact with the community and track your progress.
16 lessons,
3h 19m
Enroll
898
Introduction to current electricity (in Hindi)
9,445 plays

More
Current electricity related to flowing charges, defining current in a conductor.

## Udit Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Udit Gupta
A Mechanical Engineer from NIT Allahabad here to help learners with physics. Also a Star ⭐ educator.

U
potray --- martyr for democracy vs martyr of democracy me doubt ta islie galat hogya Ye qtn
Vijendra Singh
a year ago
you're going right. don't loose the momentum. go for the maximum.
Abhas Saini
a year ago
sir ,m sure I'll not lose momentum, m sure you will not let me do that..
D
I think an iit student require more work out on problems. so it would be better for us if u upload more models of questions. tq
Udit Gupta
2 months ago
I was supposed to get theory done at that time.. Please check out recent courses for practice questions. Excelsior!!
Sir in electrostatics we learnt that there is no charge inside the conductor but here we have charge moving inside the conductor. I don't get this.
Udit Gupta
4 months ago
That was electrostatics this is electrodynamics.. Overall charge is zero.. Only charge is flowing..
Rohan
3 months ago
The word Electrostatics contains 'static', that means it is static.. i.e, it doesn't move. But here the charge is flowing
SG
U say that in conductors the direction of flow of current is in the direction of flow of positive charges but the poditive charges do not move so how is that possible??
Udit Gupta
4 months ago
See it's simple... You study addition first and then subtraction.. It's human to learn that way... Now when I say positive charge is moving I only mean hypothetical positive charge... Actually electrons would travel but you can see it as a pattern of positive.. Like you have in bedaheets, that red and blue block are kept adjacent to each other, so it's a pattern of both actually..
Udit Gupta
4 months ago
I hope this would somehow help... If still you have a doubt let me know..
sir, kvl, inductor and capacitor circuits me Kaise lagayenge?
Udit Gupta
8 months ago
all you need to do is write down the potential across each element with correctsign convention
Akshay Khare
8 months ago
sir but what is their sign convention, that is the main confusion.....
Udit Gupta
8 months ago
always take the sign that is present on the end side of wherever you have to write the p.d.
Akshay Khare
8 months ago
OK sir, I just wanted to confirm that this thing works with all the conductors or not, thank u sir
Hello sir Kya aap muje bata sakte hai ki kvpy ke liye konse chap sabse zyada important jise padna must hai?
Udit Gupta
a year ago
Everything of 12th from electrostatics to ac currents..
Udit Gupta
a year ago
others you can take lightly..
ok sir thank u so much...
1. CURRENT ELECTRICITY Udit Gupta | MNNIT Allahabad | Ex-VMC Physics Faculty

2. HAPTER ON Thor's quest for godliness originated here. He learns about his basics behind the powers that he possesses. It starts with Odin, his father revealing the secrets of electricity in what follows. ..

3. ELECTRIC CURRENT ELECTRIC CURRENT If dq coulombs of charge flows across any cross-section of a conductor in dt interval of time, then the magnitude of current I flowing through it is given by: dq dt Charges flowing constitutes current

4. UNIT OF CURRENT CURRENT FACTS The Si unit of current is Ampere (A) One ampere is said to flow through a conductor when a charge of 1 coulomb passes through any cross section in 1 second. The carrier of current in metals are negatively charged charges - electrons. Carrier of current on electrolyte are charged particles - ions. 1A 1C/s 1mA-10-3A. 1 -10-6A. Direction of electric current is taken as the direction of flow of positive charges.

5. Thor thought to himself "To channelize the strength of these small particles called charges, I should wield a conductor a0 He chose "Mjolnir" made of "URU" which had magical strength of traction towards the charges. Electric current rate of flow of lectric charge across any cross- section of a conductor.

6. CALCULATING AMOUNT OF CHARGE FLOWN The amount of charge flowing through a cross section of a conductor from t - ti to t tf is given by: q=| ldt Example: Find the amount of charge flown in 2s for a current given by: 1 2t (Si Unit). 0

7. In the next chapter Thor learns to use the Mjolnir by obtaining more knowledge about Uru's capabilities.