This course covers the material of content category 4C of the official MCAT exam content outline.
To understand electricity, we must first comprehend two major concepts: charge and current. In the natural world, multiple organisms have adapted the ability to generate electricity within themselves for various purposes, the most prominent being neuroconduction. Since humans harnessed electricity in the 19th century, the development of the world has accelerated exponentially by the incorporation of electricity into our tools and overall lifestyle. This was enabled by electrical circuitry, permitting the manipulation of currents for different purposes.
In this course, students will be introduced to the basics of electrochemistry and electrical circuits. For optimal comprehension, students are required to have a college-level understanding of physics and chemistry.
I wanted to know about induced current and difference between galvanic and faradic current. it is not included there.
Simple approach for a complex topic which shows the presenter’s depth of knowledge
Condensed, to the point, good explanations. Would highly recommend. Good for MCAT review
I gave a 5 reason because Physics has been a challenging course to me , especially magnetism. the way the concepts were broken down gave me a deeper understanding and i can now start to understand what i learned as an undergraduate. Keep it up.