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Physics Investigatory Project on Low Resistance Path Using a Diode.

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Physics Investigatory Project on Low Resistance Path Using a Diode.

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  2. 2. PHYSICSINVESTIGATORY PROJECTON LOWRESISTANCEPATH USINGADIODE
  3. 3. Do  you  know  that  the  current  flowing  in  a  circuit  is   selecAve  in  nature?  If  there  are  two  paths  for  a   current,  it  will  choose  the  one  with  a  lower   resistance.  Using  this  circuit,  you  will  analyze  how   it  actually  happens. In  this  project,  you  will  need  a  breadboard,  a   diode,  a  resistor,  an  LED  and  a  few  connecAng   wires.  The  connecAons  are  made  such  that  the   resistor  is  connected  to  the  parallel  combinaAon  of   the  LED  and  the  diode.  Upon  the  compleAon  of  the   circuit,  the  LED  starts  glowing.  In  this  case,  the  LED   is  forward  biased  and  the  diode  is  reverse  biased.   However,  if  the  connecAons  are  reversed,  the  LED   turns  OFF.  In  this  case,  both  the  LED  and  the  diode   are  forward  biased  and  sAll  the  LED  does  not  glow.   The  reasoning  of  the  phenomena  is  inferred  by   doing  the  currents’  path  analysis  and  analyzing  the   threshold  voltages  at  which  the  LED  and  the  diode   become  forward  biased.
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