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1. CLIPPER CIRCUIT to clip of higher voltages without bias

http://www.circuitstoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Biased-Positive-Clipper.jpg I meant as per the diagram we use a dc supply to clip at higher levels. Is there a way to clip at higher level say 3.5V without using the dc supply?
2. CLIPPER CIRCUIT to clip of higher voltages without bias

Good Day everyone. Is it possible to design a clipper circuit to bias at higher voltage level without using bias voltage? For example. to clip at 3.5V for a input signal of 10V sine without using a BIAS VOLTAGE??
3. 2-stroke engine

Thank you for the animation Lance... But I want the P-V graph...
4. 2-stroke engine

Can anyone please show the P-V diagram of 2-stroke Petrol engine?:confused:
5. Number of pi electon

Sir may I know the structures of A-Carotene...??
6. Number of pi electon

Yes you are correct snshusat161..!!
7. Number of pi electon

Oh Borek Sir I didn't mean to say that...!!! Very Sorry Sir :( One double bond is equivalent to 2 pi electrons so 3[double bonds]*2[electrons] = 6 pi electrons
8. Number of pi electon

and in Huckle's rule n=1.
9. Number of pi electon

6 pi electron in Benzene..!!
10. Work out where an object should be placed with regards to a magnifying glass

Yes you are correct Ghostbuster25 the object should be placed in between the convex lens and its focal point.
11. Complaint PF has guidelines on religion?

Yeah you are absolutely right..!
12. Word problem.

yeah...Mark Sir is correct.... Eqn(1) y=kx3/y2 Eqn(2) y'=k(76.7)3/(145.5)2 Eqn(2)/Eqn(1)=> y'=21.37y
13. Word problem.

Oops...Sorry Sir.... its 76.7...
14. Word problem.

x decreases BY 23.3% means x=100-23.3=76.6% So you have to sub. x=76.6. But if they had given decreases to 23.3% then x=23.3 z=145.5 substituting this in the equation with k=1 we get x=21.37 in the answer which you have mentioned they have divided it by 100...
15. Word problem.

Is the answer 21.37%?
16. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

It is very much relative na Sir?
17. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

ok Sir thanks a lot.
18. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

no I'm asking for earth.what will be earth's actual value of potential energy?
19. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

yes Sir but if we forget and try to calculate earths potential what will be its value?
20. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

ok so P.E. of earth is takes to be 0 for convenience sake correct Sir?
21. Are potential energy and gravitational potential energy same?

So Sir you mean to tell that gravitational potential energy and potential energy are proportional to each other?
22. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

Potential energy=Hidden energy!
23. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

hidden energy!
24. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

But Sir potential energy means internal energy na?
25. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

But what if we choose the earth's potential as infinity? then the potential diffeerence won't be same na!?!
26. Is there any charge(cost) for subscribing a thread?

What about ISP charges for email?
27. Are potential energy and gravitational potential energy same?

chemical energy.
28. Is there any charge(cost) for subscribing a thread?

What is the warning...??
29. Why is earth considered to have zero potential potential energy

Please give examples for each frames....
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is there any charge(cost) for subscribing a thread?? Please I'm really worried...!!!:cry: