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In the following simulation, hosted by Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center (MATEC), the AC power will be used to create RF plasma. RF plasma also exhibit glow regions, dark spaces, and sheaths. The objective...
The Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Workshop (MAST) provides this activity for classes learning about diodes and electrical currents. The laboratory illustrates how diodes can be used to rectify alternating...
This an assessment tool for the DC/AC Semiconductor Devices eSyst Presentation. The attached pdf includes Student Learning Outcomes as well as sixteen questions to test students' understand of semiconductors. Users must...
This course provided by eSyst describes DC/AC circuits. An introduction explains the traditional view and systems view of this topic. The course includes numerous instructor presentations, student guides, and student...
Created by Terry L.M. Bartelt of Wisconsin Online Resource Center is a learning object lesson of the generation of alternate current. This is a nice brief introduction for those interested in basic electronic theories.
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