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Table of Contents
1. Basic Concepts2. Resistance3. Series and Parallel DC Circuits4. DC Circuit Analysis5. DC Equivalent Circuits, Network Theorems, and Bridge Circuits6. Operational-Amplifier Circuits7. Pspice DC Circuit Analysis8. Capacitors and Capacitance9. Inductors, Inductance, and Pspice Transient Analysis10. Sinusoidal Alternating Voltage and Current11. Complex Algebra and Phasors12. Basic AC Circuit Analysis, Impedance, and Admittance13. Mesh, Loop, Nodal, and Pspice Analyses of AC Circuits14. AC Equivalent Circuits, Network Theorems, and Bridge Circuits15. Power in AC Circuits16. Transformers17. Three-Phase Circuits