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Exploring Electricity

Occurring Monday, September 11, 2017 - October 30, 2017
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm (Expired)
Trustees Conference Room
Charlevoix, MI 49720
Cost: FREE
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A class for both women and men who desire a better understanding of the concepts and practical uses of electricity. Topics include: using a volt meter, batteries, static electricity, A.C./D.C.. magnetism, electro-magnetism, series and parallel circuits, among others. Taught by Jim Jensen, retired Charlevoix High School science teacher, these classes will consist of lots of demonstrations and experiments in addition to a lecture and discussion times. A minimum of 10 people are needed to sign up for each class in order for it to be held. Please call 231-237-7340 to register. You can register for individual classes or for the entire series.

9/11: Static Electricity (charged particles, volts, amps, and ohms) - Register Here

9/18: Using Voltmeters (conductors, insulators, and atomic structures) - Register Here

9/25: Batteries (conducting solutions and DC) - Register Here

10/2: Magnetism & Electro-Magnetism - Register Here

10/9: Alternating Current (generators, transformers, and motors) - Register Here

10/16: Series & Parallel Circuits (Ohm's Law) - Register Here

10/23: Household Wiring - Register Here

10/30: Sem-Conductors (diodes, transistors, and rectifiers) - Register Here