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electromagnet a non-permament maget created by wrapping a wire around certain iron -bearing materials (nails)
magnetic poles the stronger point of a magnet (usually north and south)
magnetic field the lines of force extended from the poles of a magnet in a n arched pattern defining the area over which a magnetic force occours .
cricut The path of an electric current
current electricty continuos flow of electricty
closed cricut ( like a closed brigde) allows electricty to flow !
open cricut ( like a open brigde) allows electricity to flow !
conductors an object that allows electrcity to pass through . examples of conductor = metal
insulaters an object that DOES NOT allow electrcity to pass . Examples = Rubber, plastic, wood
parallel cricut has more than one pathway.If one light goes out the other cricut stays on
series cricut has only one path . if one light goes out , they all go out
atoms Tiny materials within all objets within atoms are protons (= charge) electrons ( - charge) and neutrons ( no chare)
lightning the static discharge between objects
michael Faraway Invented The non-permanent Yet , powerful electromagnet
Ben franklin Discoved lightning with a kite
Thomas Edison Inventer of the lightbulb
like charge repel
opposite attract
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