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Electric Charge A property of electrons and protans electronics carry a negativce charge and protains carry a positive charge
Atoms The smallest partical of an elment that has the propertys of that elment
Electrons A negativel;y charged partical that is part of an atoms nucleus
Protons A positively charged partical that is part of an atoms nucieus
Neutrons The part of an atom that has no charge because they're neutrall
Static Electrity Abuild up of charges on an object
Static Discharge The loss of static electricity as electric charges more off an object
Electric Field The field around charged particauls that exerts a force on other changed particalus
Friction A force that is exerted when two substances are rubbed together electrons are transferred by the rubbing ( rubbing )
Conduction A meathed of electrically charging an object by allowing electrons to flow direcly from one object to the other ( touching )
Induction A meathed of electrically charging an object by means of the electric field of another object ( non-touching)
Conservation Of charge The law that states that charges are nether created nor distroyed
Electroscope An instrument used to defeat electric charge.
Created by: 21truden