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Stack #1417519

circuit closed conducting loop in which electric current can flow continually
conductor material in which electrons can move easily
electric current the flow of electric charge, measured in amperes
electric discharge rapid movement of excess charge from one place to another
electric field surrounds every electric charge and exerts forces on other electric charges
electric force an attractive or repulsive force
electric power rate at which work is done
insulator materials that slow down the flow of electrons
ohm's law the formula is voltage = current x resistance
parallel circuit a circuit with more than 1 path
resistance a measure of the degree to which a substance slows
series circuit a circuit with only 1 path
static charge the electric charge that has accumulated on an object
voltage measure of the difference in electric potential between two points in space, a material, or an electronic circuit, expressed in volts
ion positively or negatively charged atoms
Created by: egyptk