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Electricity Test

Electricity

QuestionAnswer
The flow of electrons amperes
A circuit that has wires branching off to provide paths for the flow of electrons parallel
A circuit that has a single path for electrons to flow series
Anything that electricity can flow easily through conductor
A product that doesn't let electrons flow easily insulator
The electric charge at rest on an object static electricity
The potential difference between two points in a circuit, measured in volts voltage
The opposition to the flow of electricity resistance
A series of wires and/or electrical devices that form a complete path through which electricity can flow. closed circuit
Glass, foil and water would be considered these, in terms of thermal energy conductors
Wood, foam and plastic would be considered these, in terms of thermal energy insulators
The three things needed to complete and electric circuit battery (energy source), wire, bulb (or other electrical appliance)
If resistance in a material increases, what happens to the current? decreases
Which has more resistance; short thick pipe or a long, thin pipe? long, thin pipe
Which color absorbs more heat; black or white? black
If voltage in a material increases, what happens to the current? increases
If the temperature of a material increases, what happens to the current flowing through it? decreases
Created by: schlanda on 2010-12-17



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