- In series circuits, the different components are connected in a line, between the positive and negative of the power supply. The only exception is the voltmeter, which are always connected in parallel, but these don't count as part of the circuit.
- If you remove or disconnect one component, the circuit is broken and they all stop.
- In practice, very few things are connected in series.
- Potential Difference is shared - In series circuits, the total P.D. of the supply is shared between the various components. So the voltages round a series circuit always add up to…