Kirchhoff’s current law

In 1847, G. R. Kirchhoff extended Ohm’s law with two important statements that are referred to as Kirchhoff’s laws. The first law, known as Kirchhoff’s current law, states the following:

  • The algebraic sum of all the currents entering and leaving a junction is equal to 0.

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