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Basic Circuits. An electric circuit is an unbroken path along which an electric current exists and/or is able to flow. A simple electrical circuit consists of a power source, two conducting wires (one end of each being attached to each terminal of the cell), and a small lamp to which the free ends of the wires leading from the cell are attached.What is the science behind circuits?
A circuit is a path that electricity flows along. If the path is broken, it is called an open circuit and the electrons can't flow all the way around. If the circuit is complete, it is a closed circuit and electrons can flow all the way around from one end of a power source (like a battery), through a wire, to the other end of the power source.What are the two types of circuit?
The two kinds of circuits are series circuit and parallel circuits. Two kinds of electrical circuits are frequently used, the series circuit and the parallel circuit.What are circuits used in?
The uses of integrated circuits are widespread throughout industrial plants and in robotics, as well as for controls in automobile and aircraft systems. As they become more sophisticated and inexpensive to manufacture, they are also found in disposable items such as greeting cards that play music.