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## Basics of Two’s Complement: Method and Examples

Let's understand the binary numbers system before moving to the Two's Complement. A binary number is the most common number system used in computers and digital devices. It contains only two …

## Magnetic Material : Definition , Types and Application - Electrical Diary

What is Magnetic material? Magnetic materials are materials that exhibit a property called magnetism. Magnetism is the ability of a material to produce a magnetic field, which can either attract or …

## Solar Energy : Definition, Use and Limitation - Electrical Diary

What is Solar Energy? Solar energy is a form of renewable energy that is derived from the sun's light and heat. It is harnessed through the use of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which are used to conv…

## Electric displacement and its Application - Electrical Diary

What is electric displacement? Electric displacement, also known as electric flux density, is a vector quantity in electromagnetism that represents the flow of electric charge in a dielectric materi…

## Clausius-Mossotti equation for dielectric material - Electrical Diary

What is Clausius-Mossotti equation? The Clausius-Mossotti equation is a relationship between the relative permittivity (εr) of a dielectric material and its molecular polarizability (α). The equation…

## Electric polarization , Polarizability and Permittivity - Electrical Diary

What is Electric polarization? Electric polarization refers to the separation of electric charges within a material in response to an external electric field. When an electric field is applied to a m…

## Potential and Potential Energy Density due to Charge - Electrical Diary

What is Potential Energy? Potential energy due to electric charge is the energy associated with the interaction of electric charges. It is a scalar quantity that depends on the magnitude and distrib…

## Multipoles: Concept of monopoles and dipoles- Electrical Diary

What is multipoles? In electromagnetism, a multipole refers to a distribution of electric charge or magnetic moment that is not uniform. The most common types of multipoles are monopoles (single cha…