The first experiment is meant as a preliminary experiment to
gain a way of looking at the topic, and should be seen as a
qualitative introduction to the laws of series connections.
The subsequent experiments provide a quantitative approach to
the laws. The advantage resulting from not inserting
R1 and R2 in series
immediately in the second experiment, is that the procedure is then
analogous to that in the first experiment, and that it enables the
measured values for R1 and
R2 to be compared with the value for
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What happens when one filament lamp is supplemented by a second
one in series?
1. Connect a second, identical lamp in series to one
being already in a circuit and interpret the resulting
2. Examine a series connection of two technical resistors to
determine which laws apply to the current and the resistance
in the entire circuit.