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Science Vocabulary

Electricity and Magnetism

A measure of the extra positive or negative particles that an object has charge
An electric charge that stays on an object static electricity
The space around an object in which electric forces occur electric field
A flow of electric charges electric current
A path that is made for an electric current circuit
A device that supplies energy to move charges through a circuit electric cell
A material that electric current can pass through easily conductor
A material that current cannot pass through easily insulator
A material that resists the flow of current but doesn't stop it resistor
A circuit that has only one path for current series circuit
A circuit that has more than one path along which current can travel parallel circuit
An object that attracts certain materials, such as iron or steel magnet
The end of a magnet magnetic pole
The space all around a magnet where the force of the magnet can act magnetic field
An arrangement of wire wrapped around a core, producing a temporary magnet electromagnet
Created by: RossCoops311