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What are theese components used for? And what components are the basic once you gonna need?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Adam Binder Rogacki, Nov 9, 2017.

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  1. Adam Binder Rogacki

    Adam Binder Rogacki New Member

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    Hello, what are these components used for? And what other components are the basic once you gonna use for electronic experiments?

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    alec_t Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    To answer your query in full would take ages and just be regurgitating what is widely published.
    I suggest you google for tutorials on basic electronics, which will give you plenty of information on components and their uses.
    You show capacitors, diodes and other semiconductors. Resistors and inductors are common components too.
     
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    Electronics.

    White, purple, grey, and yellow ones.
     
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    it is also possible to drill or etch out the metal parts and use the glass and ceramics as beads for modern jewellery e.c. e.c
     
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    What is "e.c. e.c.?"
     
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    "What" is an interrogative word in the English language. I was asking you what you meant by "e.c. e.c." and you still haven't answered.
     
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    MOD edit!!! Take this as a warning pussycat!!

    We do not tolerate bad language here on ETO Child friendly site...

    This thread is totally useless... I'm closing it!!
     
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    jpanhalt Well-Known Member Most Helpful Member

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    Despite the above comment...
    It is probably intended as a different abbreviation/string for et cetera, which is most often used as "etc." If you want to play games, you might also consider "e'c."
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Et_cetera

    I personally like usw, but rarely use it in public.

    John
     
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    Exactly what I expected. More nonsense.
     
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    Danke, jpanhalt. That's kind of what I thought it might be, but I've never seen it mangled and perverted quite that badly. Par for the course, in his case.
     
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