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Randolph 4th Electri

4th Grade Harcourt Unit F Ch 1 Electricity and Magnetism

charge measurement of an object's extra positive or negative particles
static electricity charge that stays on an object
electric field space around an object where electric forces occur
electric current flow of electric charges
circuit path made for an electric current
electric cell supplies energy to move chargs through a circuit
conductor material that electric current can pass through easily
insulator material that electric current cannot easily pass through
resistor material that resists but doesn't stop the flow of electric current
series circuit circuit with one path for elecgtric current
parallel circuit circuit with more than one path for electric current
magnet object that attracts things made of iron or steel
magnetic poles ends of a magnet
magnetic field space around a magnet where the force of the magnet acts
electromagnet arrangement of wire wrapped around a core
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