review   Google
Question No.1:  Coulomb’sname is usedas an SI unit  of what?
Question No.2: What is the equation for  Coulomb’s    Law?
Question No.3:What material didBenjamin Franklinheld so he will not be electrocuted?
Question No.4: What does  letter “I”represents in    V=IR?
review   Google
Scientists in Electricity
Charles CoulombBasic Info:Born: 14-Jun-1736Birthplace: Angoulême, FranceDied: 23-Aug-1806Location of death: Paris, FranceG...
SI unit of charge isnamed after him.1 coulomb= 6.24 x 10^18 electrons
What is the SI unitof charge?
What is the relationship ofelectromotive force andthe charge of the twocharged bodies??
Benjamin FranklinBasic Info:Born: January 17, 1706Died: April 17, 1790Gender: MaleRace or Ethnicity: WhiteOccupation: Phys...
“IS LIGHTNING AFORM OF STATIC ELECTRICITY?”
Kite FlyingExperiment
• Invented the     lightning rod.• Charge is conserved.
What do you call the jarthat serve as a storagefor the collectedcharge?
Georg Simon OhmBasic Info:Born: March 16, 1789Died: 6 July 1854Gender: MaleOccupation: Physicistand mathematicianNationali...
Determined the relationship betweencurrent, resistance and        voltage.          V=IR
What is theequation for Ohm’sLaw?
What does Vrepresents inV=IR?
Alessandro VoltaBasic Info:Born: 18 February 1745Died: 5 March 1827Gender: MaleOccupation: Physicistand ChemistNationality...
Voltaic PileConsists of silverand zinc discseparated bycardboard.
Named after him theunit of measurementfor electric potential,        Volts.
André-MarieAmpèreBasic Info:Born: 20 January 1775Died: 10 June 1836Gender: MaleOccupation: PhysicistNationality: French
Measures the flow ofcharge per second or      current.
What doesAlessandro Voltainvented?
Voltaic pile is nowknown as?
What is the unit forcurrent?
Evaluation
1.   Discovered the inverse       square relationship       between electrical     forces and distance of        any two o...
a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
2. Proved thatlightning is an   electricalphenomenon.
a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
3. The unit ofmeasurement forelectric potential
a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
4. Develops therelationship between  current through a   resistor and the potential difference       across it.
a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
5. What does thisequation represents?   F = k (q1q2) / d 2
a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
ASSIGNMENT
Bring the following bygroupa.   Rubber stick/ Plastic     coverb.   glass stickc.   silk cloth
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Scientists in electricity

  1. 1. review Google
  2. 2. Question No.1: Coulomb’sname is usedas an SI unit of what?
  3. 3. Question No.2: What is the equation for Coulomb’s Law?
  4. 4. Question No.3:What material didBenjamin Franklinheld so he will not be electrocuted?
  5. 5. Question No.4: What does letter “I”represents in V=IR?
  6. 6. review Google
  7. 7. Scientists in Electricity
  8. 8. Charles CoulombBasic Info:Born: 14-Jun-1736Birthplace: Angoulême, FranceDied: 23-Aug-1806Location of death: Paris, FranceGender: MaleRace or Ethnicity: WhiteOccupation: PhysicistNationality: French
  9. 9. SI unit of charge isnamed after him.1 coulomb= 6.24 x 10^18 electrons
  10. 10. What is the SI unitof charge?
  11. 11. What is the relationship ofelectromotive force andthe charge of the twocharged bodies??
  12. 12. Benjamin FranklinBasic Info:Born: January 17, 1706Died: April 17, 1790Gender: MaleRace or Ethnicity: WhiteOccupation: PhysicistNationality: American
  13. 13. “IS LIGHTNING AFORM OF STATIC ELECTRICITY?”
  14. 14. Kite FlyingExperiment
  15. 15. • Invented the lightning rod.• Charge is conserved.
  16. 16. What do you call the jarthat serve as a storagefor the collectedcharge?
  17. 17. Georg Simon OhmBasic Info:Born: March 16, 1789Died: 6 July 1854Gender: MaleOccupation: Physicistand mathematicianNationality: Bavarian(German)
  18. 18. Determined the relationship betweencurrent, resistance and voltage. V=IR
  19. 19. What is theequation for Ohm’sLaw?
  20. 20. What does Vrepresents inV=IR?
  21. 21. Alessandro VoltaBasic Info:Born: 18 February 1745Died: 5 March 1827Gender: MaleOccupation: Physicistand ChemistNationality: Italian
  22. 22. Voltaic PileConsists of silverand zinc discseparated bycardboard.
  23. 23. Named after him theunit of measurementfor electric potential, Volts.
  24. 24. André-MarieAmpèreBasic Info:Born: 20 January 1775Died: 10 June 1836Gender: MaleOccupation: PhysicistNationality: French
  25. 25. Measures the flow ofcharge per second or current.
  26. 26. What doesAlessandro Voltainvented?
  27. 27. Voltaic pile is nowknown as?
  28. 28. What is the unit forcurrent?
  29. 29. Evaluation
  30. 30. 1. Discovered the inverse square relationship between electrical forces and distance of any two objects.
  31. 31. a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
  32. 32. 2. Proved thatlightning is an electricalphenomenon.
  33. 33. a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
  34. 34. 3. The unit ofmeasurement forelectric potential
  35. 35. a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
  36. 36. 4. Develops therelationship between current through a resistor and the potential difference across it.
  37. 37. a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
  38. 38. 5. What does thisequation represents? F = k (q1q2) / d 2
  39. 39. a. Coulomb’s Lawb. Charles Coulombc. Benjamin Franklind. George Ohme. Voltf. Ampereg. Ohm
  40. 40. ASSIGNMENT
  41. 41. Bring the following bygroupa. Rubber stick/ Plastic coverb. glass stickc. silk cloth

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