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Gr.9 Science Applied

Physics - Alisha

In an object, only ________ charges can move in an object or out of an object. Negative
A _________ _____ connects to the ground that makes a charges object neutral Grounding wire
A lot of water particles in the air are called _______ Humid
What is the device called when it is used to measure, if an object has charge or not? Electroscope
A neutral object is attracted to a charged object by ________ which is when electrons in the object to move one side of the object. Induction
The amount of energy per charge of electrons is called _______ Voltage
When too much current flows through a load which causes it to catch on fire, it is called _______ Short Circuit
The unit to measure energy is ________ Joules
Like charges _______ from each other Repel
Only __________ can move in and out of a objects or atoms. Electrons
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