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    The new version of this module contains one or two minor changes:

    The circuit breaker - they seem to want to go into great detail about
    this, does anyone know if there are large scale demo models available
    from anywhere?

    In static electricity, they have introduced the inkjet printer as an
    example of the use of static electricity. Can anyone point me in the
    direction of a simple, pupil friendly diagram ?

    Thanks,

    Mark Kemball.

    (Please remove the spamtrap if you want to reply directly)

    In article <[email protected] uk>, Mark Kemball <[email protected]
    lldorey.not.this.bit.freeserve.c ouk> writes
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    can't have changed it already can they it only started 5 weeks ago.
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    Sue Pearson

    The CGP workbook has a sheet (p78) on inkjet printers which does the job
    well and for the circuit breaker the only thing I have found is in
    Physics for You. I hope this helps

    Karin

    Mark Kemball wrote in message <[email protected] uk>...
    [q1]>The new version of this module contains one or two minor changes:[/q1]
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    [q1]>The circuit breaker - they seem to want to go into great detail about[/q1]
    [q1]>this, does anyone know if there are large scale demo models available[/q1]
    [q1]>from anywhere?[/q1]
    [q1]>[/q1]
    [q1]>In static electricity, they have introduced the inkjet printer as an[/q1]
    example
    [q1]>of the use of static electricity. Can anyone point me in the direction[/q1]
    [q1]>of a simple, pupil friendly diagram ?[/q1]

    How stuff works http://www.howstuffworks.com is usually a good source of
    info , diagrams and animations for this sort of thing

    BTW - do modern inkjets actually use static electricity ?

    FM

    Mr Kemball,
    In response to your request here is the address of 1 pupil freindly diagram for static electricity in relation to printers. Sadly this is focused on laser rather than inkjet but some of the same principals should apply :
    http://www.cmi-net.com/store/hp.asp

    Mr J butcher
 
 
 
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