HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Chapter 11 Electric Current

HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Electric Current Chapter 11 is authored by Harish Chandra Verma a retired professor from IIT Kanpur. He has written many other physics books for school level, undergraduate and graduate level as well. Chapter 11 is briefly discussed here.

Electric Current is the 11th Chapter in volume 2 by Harish Chandra Verma. Electric current can be defined as the amount of charge passing through a cross-section of a wire per unit time. Current is measured in amperes. Mathematical it is expressed as I= Q/ t where Q in coulomb and t is in seconds. Current is classified into two types: Alternating current (AC) and Direct current (DC). This classification is based on the flow of electric charge. In direct current, the flow of charge is only in one direction. In AC the flow of charge is in both the directions. Electron flows from negative to positive terminal whereas conventional current flow happens from positive terminal to negative terminal. Complex Electric Current questions can be solved easily by having HC Verma Solutions handy. Students of 12th grade widely use this study material for various competitive exams like IIT JEE and NEET as it helps to enhance problem-solving skills.

This is a perfect book for students who are preparing for Engineering and medical entrance exams. The Solutions discussed in Concepts of Physics Vol 2 will give a clear idea on tackling difficult numerical problems in less time. Register with BYJU’S and get access to Concepts of Physics part 2 by Dr. HC Verma.

HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Electric Current Chapter 11


Practise This Question

Regarding the assertion and reason, choose the correct option.
Assertion [A]: Radioactive elements emit different types of radiations spontaneously.
Reason [R]: Radioactive elements are unstable and undergo radioactive decay, emitting radiations in the process.