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One or more units that produce electrical energy, usually through transformation of chemical energy. Battery
The complete path of an electric current including the source of electrical energy. Circuit
A substance or body that allows electricty to pass thruogh it. Conducter
The flow of charges. Current
A form of energy that results from the movement or presence of charges in a substance or object. Electricty
The abilty to do work or the abilty to make a change Energy
A machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy Generator
A substance or body that does not allow electricty to pass through it insulator
A circuit component that controls when the circuit is complete(closed)or incomplete(open) Switch
A persson or company hired to build or construct something such as a building or circuit. Contractor
A plan for how to build a solution to a problem Design
A person who works in the field of engineering concerned with solving problems involving electricty. Electrical Engineer
A person who uses his or her creativity and understanding of materials tools mathmetics and science to design things that solve problems. Engineer
The substance(s)from which an object is or can be made. Material
To change or improve one or more aspectsof a technology, such as its cost, efficiency, looks, or parts. redisign
An illustration of electrical circuit with the different components represented by particular symbols. Schematic diagram
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