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A light bulb or the heating wire in your toaster are basically resistors.
But they can be used for more.
They limit power, consume excess energy or divide voltages and current.
Find out how here.
Kirchhoff's laws describe the relationship
between electric current and voltage in an electrical network.
Get to know the rules here
how they help you in the comprehension of electric circuits.
Not yet enough of batteries?
You still have questions? Or maybe you want to browse a bit?
Here you find some unsorted experiments on the subject...
If you want to set up experiments
from the section "Know more",
you need additional components...
||Capacitors 1000 μF/ 16V