- Alternating Current
- Amperes (Amps)
- Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)
- Band gap
- Charge Carriers
- Conduction band
- Current source
- Digital Potentiometer
- Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC)
- Direct Current
- Free electrons
- Imaginary numbers
- Input Bias Current
- Intrinsic semiconductor
- Offset Voltage
- Ohm's Law
- Operational Amplifiers (Op-amps)
- Power Supply
- Slew Rate
- Static electricity
- Summing Amplifier
- Valence band
- Volt-amp reactive (VAR)
- Voltage Follower
- Voltage source
A material that lets electricity flow easily. This is because the electrons are loosely bound to the nucleus, meaning there is little to no energy required to pull the electron away. This gives conductors a non-existent bandgap, where the valence and conduction bands are literally touching or even overlapping.
A material that conducts electrical current very well.
Electronic Devices : Conventional Current Version, 9th Edition by Thomas L. Floyd
Any material that allows the free movement of electric charges, such as electrons, to provide an electric current.
Grob’s Basic Electronics, 11th Edition by Mitchel E. Schultz
If we recall some basic topics in chemistry, we’ll remember that all atoms consist of ...
If we recall some basic topics in chemistry, we’ll remember that all atoms consist of neutrons, protons, and electrons, except for a normal ...
If we recall some basic topics in chemistry, we’ll remember that all atoms consist of neutrons, protons, and electrons, except for a normal hydrogen atom which doesn’t have a ...