physics resistance courseworkWatch
resistance of constantan and nichrome wire. Nichrome has much less
resistance but i dont know why - can n e one help?
Are you in Yr11? I just did this coursework few months ago.
In fact, Nichrome does NOT have a low resistance. Its resistance is fairly high.
is, 'more' and 'less' sound so damn similar when you've been working on
it all night. I found out the answer to my question any way, teacher jus
said dont bother with that much detail and gave us all a 2 week
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Have you finished your coursework then? I had to do that coursework. It was a bore. but not as much as the one with the margarine tub. That was v.v. boring.
If you need any help with your resistance coursework, you only have to ask. I did exactly the same as you, but I started off with copper wire, which i based my experiment on and then i tried nichrome and then constantan so that I was 'positive that my prediction could be applied to all types of wire.' As I said, it was v. boring. If you have finished it, then YAY! Well done! Hopefully you don't have any more physic courseworks to do!
I've looked all over the net, but i havnt been able to find my exact coursework, which is the same as yours!
I've sent you a privte message with my email address, but here it is again so you can contact me and we can share ideas on the evil coursework, :-)
My email is [email protected]
Please email me!