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charging by contact transfer by electriccharge between objects in contact.
chargin by induction rearrangement of electric charge in an object due to a nearby electric feild.
insulator material in which electric charges cannot move easily.
conductor material in which electric charges can movwe easily.
static charge imbalance of electric charge of an object.
electric discharge movement of static charge from one place to another.
electric current flow of electric charge , measured in ampures.
elctric curcuit colesed conduting loop in which electric current cn flow continuly.
electric resistince measure of how difficult it is for electrons to flow in mterial; unit is the ohm.
voltage a measure of the amount of electric potentail energy transfered by an electric charge as it moves from one point to another in curcuit.
series circuit circuit that has only one path for electric current to follow.
parrallel circuit cuicuit that ahs more than one path for electric current to follow.
magnetic domain a group of atoms in a magnetic material with the magnetic poles of the atoms pointing in the same direction.
electromagnetic a current-carrying wire wrapped around an iron core.
electromagnetic inductoin production of electric current by moving a magnet and a wine coil relative to each other.
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