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electron a negatively charged particle that orbits the nucleus of an atom
electricity flow of electrons
series circuit circuit that has only one path for the electric current to follow
electric discharge rapid movement of excess electron from one place to another, lightning is an example of this
conductor Material, such as copper, silver,and iron, through which electrons can move easily
proton a postively charged particle that is in the nucleus of an atom
voltage measured in units of volts, measure of electric potential energy
electrical power rate at which an appliance converts electrical energy to another form of energy
insulator material, such as rubber, glass, through which electrons cannot move
static charge buildup of electric charges in one place
Ohm's Law relationship between voltage, current, and resistance in an electric circuit
resistance measure of how difficult it is for electrons to flow through a material, unit is the ohm
nucleus center of an atom, contains the protons and neutrons
neutron is held tightly in the nucleus of an atom and does not have a charge
circuit closed, unbroken path through which an electric current can flow
electric current continuous flow of electrons through a conductor, measured in unit of amperes
parallel circuit circuit that has more than one path for the electric current to follow
Created by: donna.fink