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FCAT Review Unit 5/6

Energy The ability to cause changes in matter.
Potential Energy The energy an object has because of its position or its condition.
Kinetic Energy The energy an object has because of its motion.
Chemical Energy Energy that is stored in matter and that can be released by a chemical reaction.
Mechanical Energy The total energy of motion and position of an object.
Electrical Energy Energy caused by the movement of of electric charges.
Static Electricity The buildup of electric charges on an object.
Electric Current The flow of electric charges along a path.
Electric Motor A device that changes electrical energy into mechancial energy.
Electromagnet A device in which electric current is used to produce magnetism.
Generator A device that makes an electric current by converting kinetic energy to electrical energy.
Conductor A material that readily allows electric charges to pass through it and therefore carries electricity well.
Insulator A material that resists the flow of electric charge and therefore does not conduct electricity well.
Circuit A path along which electric charges can flow.
Series Circuit An electric circuit in which the electric charges have only one path to follow.
Parallel Circuit An electric circuit that has more than one path for the electric charges to follow.
Created by: mariajharvey