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Phy Sci Mod 12 Vocab

Module 12: The Forces in Creation - Part 2

Photon Small "packages" of light that act just like small particles
Charging by conduction Charging an object by allowing it to come into contact with an object which already has an electrical charge
Charging by induction Charging an object by forcing some of the charges to leave the object
Electrical current The amount of charge that travels through an electric circuit each second
Conventional current Current that flows from the positive side of the battery to the negative side. This is the way current is drawn in circuit diagrams, even though it is wrong.
Resistance A measure of how much a metal impedes the flow of electrons
Open Circuit A circuit that does not have a complete connection between the two sides of the battery. As a result, current does not flow.
Created by: mrpicard on 2009-03-02

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