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Electrical CircuitsAnswers
Define Electrical Circuit Most make a complete UNBROKEN loop this defines circuit
Curcuit COMPONENTS in a ROW Are called Series COMPONENTS, one goes out they all go out such as Christmas bulbs
Circuit component Pararelle The loop is a square|_ _|_|
Series Draw back One goes the others go
Paralle Drawback Fraction of power to each component
Electricity has Charges that are __________ or ____________ Positive or negative
Property of Charges (Unlike Charges) Opposites Attract
Charges (Like Charges) Same - Repel
Fundametal Law of Conservation A charge is Never destroyed or created
Current is the movement of Electrons
Electricity moves through Conductors (example - Metal)
Electiricity is stopped by Insulators (example - Rubber)
Strength of the Charge Is based upon the distance
Electrical Field Manifestation interaction of Static Charges (Example lightening)
Electrical current moves and can do work
Static current unable to move or do work
Types of Currents AC & DC
AC Alternating(reversing ) Current (Wall Socket)
DC Direct Current (Battery)
Created by: ninar