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circuit the path of an electric current
open circuit does not allow electricity
closed circuit allows electricity flow
conductors an object that allows electricity to pass through.examples of conductors:metal
insulators an object that DOES NOT allow electricity to pass.examples of insulator: rubber, plastic, and wood
parallel circuit has more than one pathway.if one light goes out,the other circuit light stays on.
current electricity continuous flow of electrons
series circuit has only one path.if one light goes out,they all go out.
atoms tiny material with in all objects.in atoms there are protons,electrons,and newtrons
lightning the static discharge between objects
static :)
michael faraday invented the non-permanet yet,powerful electromagnet.
benjamin franklin discovered lightning during his k&k experiment (kite and key)
thomas edison inventor of the light bulb
Created by: 3117564