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<b>First law</b>: The vector sum of all currents into any junction point is zero. <b>Second law</b>: The vector sum of all voltages around a closed loop is zero. Kirchhoff&#x2019;s laws apply to three-dimensional materials such as earth as well as to conventional electrical circuits. Named for Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (1824&#x2013;1887), German physicist.
 
<b>First law</b>: The vector sum of all currents into any junction point is zero. <b>Second law</b>: The vector sum of all voltages around a closed loop is zero. Kirchhoff&#x2019;s laws apply to three-dimensional materials such as earth as well as to conventional electrical circuits. Named for Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (1824&#x2013;1887), German physicist.
 
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First law: The vector sum of all currents into any junction point is zero. Second law: The vector sum of all voltages around a closed loop is zero. Kirchhoff’s laws apply to three-dimensional materials such as earth as well as to conventional electrical circuits. Named for Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (1824–1887), German physicist.