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Superconductors The flow of electric current without resistance in certain metals, alloys, and ceramics at temperatures near absolute zero, and in some cases at temperatures hundreds of degrees above absolute zero.
Squid Any of various marine cephalopod mollusks of the genus Loligo and related genera, having a usually elongated body, ten arms surrounding the mouth, a vestigial internal shell, and a pair of triangular or rounded fins.
Laws of Charges The 3 laws of electric charges; -Opposites attract -Like charges repel. -neutral
Grounding A conducting object, such as a wire, that is connected to such a position of zero potential.
Resistor A device used to control current in an electric circuit by providing resistance.
Jellyfishy Any of numerous usually free-swimming marine coelenterates of the class Scyphozoa, characteristically having a gelatinous, tentacled, often bell-shaped medusoid stage as the dominant phase of its life cycle.
Load A device or the resistance of a device to which power is delivered.
Octopie Any of numerous carnivorous marine mollusks of the genus Octopus or related genera, found worldwide. The octopus has a rounded soft body, eight arms with each bearing two rows of suckers, a large distinct head, and a strong beaklike mouth. Also called
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