Potassium chloride (KCl, or potassium salt) is a metal halide salt composed of potassium and chlorine. It is odorless and has a white or colorless vitreous crystal appearance. The solid dissolves readily in water, and its solutions have a salt-like taste. Potassium chloride can be obtained from ancient dried lake deposits. KCl is used as a fertilizer, in medicine, in scientific applications, and in food processing, where it may be known as E number additive E508.
It occurs naturally as the mineral sylvite, and in combination with sodium chloride as sylvinite.
The mentioned coordination complex has been prepared where KCl is a significant byproduct. The salt and the complex appear to be readily soluble in the same solvents. Despite the organic ligand (PDTA), it is not soluble in polar organic solvents, at least to a degree where it can be used for...
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I was thinking about doing KVL around the circuit at the right but I noticed when the switch opens, the current through the circuit at the right is not the same throughout
-5 + Ic*2*1-^3 + Ic*10^3 = -Vc
Ic is not the same around the right circuit so I am stuck....
Hi everyone, I'm new on this forum, I make potassium soap but there were changes in the regulations in my country (Argentina) and now there's a lot of slow bureaucracy needed to buy chemicals like KOH (the regulations are industry-focused but are affecting small businesses like mine) so...
Does anyone happen to know if Cl2+KH > KCl + HCl?
And if it does, what is the reasoning? Is it because Cl2 prefers an ionic bond rather than a covalent bond?
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Let's say we have a circuit like that, and we want to find the Thevenin/Norton circuit from a and b points.
So for Vth, we calculate the Voc, in which we remove the 2K ohm resistor and calculate the Voc. I calculated it correctly. But I have problem in calculating the Norton current. So in...
Another classmate and a web search show that the answers for this problem are v0 = -12 V, and i0 = 2.4 mA. This was done using KVL around the circuit. I should be able to reach the same answer using KCL but I haven't and I'm not sure why. Is it because the source isn't connected to ground and so...
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I'm trying to solve this but it becomes difficult. I'm using KCL and I repalce ZL = j0,1ω (Ω) , ZC=... etc.
Finding 3 equations with 3 unknown variables (plus the ω).
And now is the time for Cramer's rule.
I'm not sure if I should move on.
What do you say ? I'm on track ?
Thanks.
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I've been trying to use KVL/KCL here but I can't get any. The only thing I accomplished is R6 has 0V, 0A (KVL with its loop). All the other ones I can't get any? Thanks
I'm asked to solve for Vo for this equation. I've set the bottom node to be my reference node before applying nodal analysis. When included in the KCL equation for node at Vb, will the dependent voltage source 20iΔ be negative since the current through that element is leaving node C?
Say, the...
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I have pure KCl, but its natural radioactivity is low. I would like to increase it at least by a factor of 10. Is there any simple way (diy) for enriching the natural KCl in 40K?
Alternatively, is there a compound with higher concentration of potassium (in volume) than KCl, and that you...
Homework Statement
[/B]Homework Equations
Can I use KCL at the central node?
The Attempt at a Solution
I tried KCL and got: 5cos0 + j 5sin0 + 10 cos 60 + j 10 sin 60 = (-I1)
5 + 5 + j 10 *1.732 / 2 = (-I1)
10 + j 5 * 1.732 = -I1
This gives 13.33 angle (220.89)
Book answer is A
Is the 5 and...
Homework Statement
https://imgur.com/a/XySpV (If above image can't be seen.)
Homework Equations
KCL/KCL
Rth=Vth/I
The Attempt at a Solution
Included in Screenshot.
What I did was Open-Circuited the Load and use Nodal Analysis to find Voc
Then, I shortcircuited the Load to find...
Homework Statement
I have the following problem. Consider a circuit node where 3 sinusoidal currents with the same frequency converge, i1 i2 and i3. Knowing that the effective values of i1 and i2 are I1ef=1A and I2ef=2A. What can we say about I3ef:
Options:
$$(a)1A \leq I_{3ef} \leq 3A$$...
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Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
I have attempted and completed all questions. However, I am now trying part (b) with transforming the voltage source into a current source. I am unable to work out the current and I am unsure what to do next.
I have included my...
In node analysis, after labeling the nodes. I don't know how to choose currents direction to apply KCL. it seems too complicated.. and I end up every time getting different answers the the solution sheet. I've an exam tomorrow. would be much appreciated if you could help me better understand the...
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Ok so I remember learning KCL. Current is either entering or leaving the node. There's only two possible option. You can call entering the node positive or negative, you can call current exiting the node either positive or negative. As long as what you call entering the node...
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By KCL,
-ID2 + (-I2) = 0
0 = ID2 + I2
Q1: Do you think this equation is correct? (i assume it is correct because it came from my professor's notes)
Q2: Which node do you think this equation is used for making this equation with...
Homework Statement
This is just one of the example problems in my book which is already solved for me, but I don't really understand their solution which I'll post here:
They start out with assuming Vin is very negative, which makes D1 turn on and makes Vout=VD,on+Vin. THen they solve for...
Homework Statement
I'm trying to find the voltage drop V1 of the following circuit, assuming Vin=1v, and for the life of me can't seem to get the right answer.
Homework Equations
KCL, Ohm's law
The Attempt at a Solution
I basically tried to use KCL at the top node,
Vin/2+2V1 = V1/3 +...
Homework Statement
In an example in our notes, he applies KCL at the bolded point in the circuit diagram. I have given a part of the KCL equation up there. That's the part I don't understand. Hes finding the current flowing through R1. I don't understand where he gets -vd-vin. Homework...
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By expanding Krel / Kcl in powers of (v/c)^2, estimate the value of v/c for which Krel differs from Kcl by 10%.
Homework Equations
Kcl = classical Kinetic Energy = 1/2 m0 v^2
Krel = relative Kinetic Energy = (y-1) (m0 c)^2
The Attempt at a Solution
I did a binomial...
Homework Statement
The Question wants to find the Voltage Across The Current Source 2A and 5A
Homework Equations
KVL
KCL
Ohm's Law
The Attempt at a Solution
I tried to Using KVL and KCL for all Closed paths and node but I just Couldn't Figure how to relate them to find the voltage across the...
Currently working through a chapter on op amp circuits, fundamentals.
Came upon this practice problem in the section on inverting op amps
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A working of this problem is not given. I got the correct answer...
Homework Statement
Obtain the state equations in Matrix form for the two-input and one-output circuit shown in the figure below where the output is i_2.
Homework Equations
Ohm's Law, KVL, KCL
The Attempt at a Solution
Currents i1, i2, i3 assumed clockwise. Is there a better assumption I...
Homework Statement
Assignment: Find V_2 using Nodal Analysis
Homework Equations
KCL
U=R*I
The Attempt at a Solution
- Chosen reference node
- Assigned node voltages
- Applied KCL to each non-reference node
- Solve system of equation
- Checked equations for obvious errors
See circuit drawing...
Homework Statement
Find V0 and i0.
Homework Equations
Total current at each node is = 0.
Total voltage around each loop is = 0.
The Attempt at a Solution
I can't seem to be able to analyze this circuit. That i0/4 is really messing me up. I am unsure how to apply both KCL and KVL on this...
Homework Statement
Find the voltage between a and b
2. Homework Equations
KVL, KCL
The Attempt at a Solution
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I did not understand how they have reach the result we just two equations, and how did they use KCL to get those equations
Homework Statement
In my Intro to EE class we have a homework assignment with the following problem:
I think I finished part a but want to make sure that I am doing the problem correctly before I move on to the next part.
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
My question applies to the case when the switch opens. By applying KCL in order to get a first order diff equation, the following problem arises when I choose different current directions (which shouldn't happen because KCL says the current direction doesn't matter because it will be fixed...
I'm confused, how is it that DC-converters work with respect to KCL in terms of conservation of charge?
When a boost/buck converter would output low/high current output than input?
I_in =/ I_out
I'm teaching myself the basics of circuits, understood KCL and KVL, but this point is confusing...
Please help how Ve is calculated what i think is that it should be:
-Ve=-Vee+IeRe;
How Ve is taken positive please someone draw equivalent circuit for same
Homework Statement
I'm in a lab and we have this circuit & question as part of the pre-lab
The Attempt at a Solution
I began trying to use nodal analysis to get Va & Vb & to then use Vab to get the voltage and then the current but after doing what you can see above, I stopped because I...
Homework Statement
Here is the homework problem I was given:
The Attempt at a Solution
Above is the work that I began, however, I have an overwhelming feeling that I am incorrect and also I don't know how to continue to the next part/parts. Would someone please help me?
Thank you
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Just wondering if anyone has any or knows anyone with experience within the departments at KCL or UCL. I have an unconditional offer from both to study a part time masters degree, and to help me decide I am curious if anyone has any good/bad experiences with either, any help is greatly...
Hi everyone, just a quick post regarding the above. I have been accepted by both onto a part time (two year) masters degree. I got the KCL offer first and accepted but paid a £500 deposit that I will not get back if I switch. Even though I can't afford it I will switch if I decide UCL is a...
Homework Statement
thevenin's equvalent circuit of the network
Homework Equations
thevenin's voltage
thevenin's impedance
The Attempt at a Solution
using nodal analysis i tried to find thevenin voltage but the dependent source and the dependent variable troubling me!
Homework Statement
I need to find the voltages (if any) and currents of these circuit, but particularly Io
I do know that I have to use KCL bot I don't know how, can somebody help me with a node or somethinghttps://www.physicsforums.com/attachments/c2-jpg.80412/
I do not have any other info...
Homework Statement
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
I'm not getting the correct answers, here are my equations
Node A:
80 = ix + i2
80 = Va/0.143 + (Va-(Vb+10))/0.2......1
Node B:
20 = iy-i2
20 = Vb/0.125 - (Va-(Vb+10))/0.2......2
Are these equations correct ?
Homework Statement
Compute all the currents labeled using the mesh loop method.
Homework Equations
Parallel Resistors
1/Rt=1/R1+1/R2...+1/Ri
Series Resistors
R1+R2...+Ri
The Attempt at a Solution
My attempt at the kvl and kcl analysis, I think I did this wrong because I can't solve for...
I've only taken a basic circuits course and that was years ago. Can anyone help me get this one started?
1. Homework Statement
Homework Equations
KCL
The Attempt at a Solution
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I'm not sure if I should use KCL right away or use Thevenin.
Since I need to find the current through the 2...
Homework Statement
Find ix and Valpha
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Homework Equations
KCL
KVL
The Attempt at a Solution
[/B]How do I determine the number of KCL and KVL equations? In this problem I am solving, there are 6 unknowns so I need 6 equations. I can write 4 independent KCL equations, 1 KVL at loop 1(to...
Homework Statement
From the above circuit find VCB and VDG
Know Data:
VE = 0 (ground)
Homework Equations
KCL and Ohm's Law are used in Node Voltage Method.
The Attempt at a Solution
I decided I would determine the node voltages then work out VCB and VDG afterwards.
1. KCL and Ohm's law at...
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The answers are:
i1 0.1429
i2 0.4286
i3 0.2857
So how do I work this out? I assume you use kirchhoffs current law, can someone show me the step? Thanks :)
Homework Statement
Look at the circuit given in figure 1. Solve for the three currents, I1,I2,I3.
Homework Equations
KVL: Sum of voltages in a closed loop equals zero
KCL: Sum of currents entering a junction equals the sum of currents exiting a junction
Ohm's Law: V=IR
NOTE: Nodal analysis...