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dean1985
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i am doing a2 coursework on " variation of resistance with voltage for a light filament bulb" ...could anyone tell me the safety precautions
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well if it had electricity involded.

Erm,

I know it may sound stupid but...

DONT ELECTROCUTE YOURSELF!
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the usual crap like tucking in stools, pushing benching together and crap like that.

its such an obvious thing but lots of people forget it!
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i am doing a2 coursework on " variation of resistance with voltage for a light filament bulb" ...could anyone tell me the safety precautions
If you're using a d.c. supply the voltage is important as it may affect the wires temperature making it dangerous to handle.
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(Original post by chud)
well if it had electricity involded.

Erm,

I know it may sound stupid but...

DONT ELECTROCUTE YOURSELF!
plus,
the usual crap like tucking in stools, pushing benching together and crap like that.

its such an obvious thing but lots of people forget it!

last year i burnt my finger when doing my coursework i can still feel the pain
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