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Charging by contact transfer of electric charge between objects in contact.
charging by induction The rearangment of electric charge due to to the presense of an electric field.
insolaters matereals in which electric charges do not move easly.
conductors matereals in which electric carges can move easily.
static charge the imbalance of electric charge on an object.
electric discharge movment of static charge from one place to another.
electren current the flow of eletric charges.
electric circut closed path in which electric charges can flow.
electric resistance how difficalt it is for electrons to flow in an object.
voltage measure of the amount of electrical energy transferred by an electric charge as it moves from one pouint to another in a circuit.
series circuit devices are connected so there is only one closed path for current to follow.
parallel circuit devises are connected so there is more than one closed path for current to follow.
magnetic domain atoms that have there magnetic poles pouinting in the same directions.
electromagnet current carring wire wrapped around an iron core.
electromagnetic induction product of an eletric current by moving a magnet and a loop relative to each other.
Created by: garrettb122