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Cerrent Electricity

A flow of electricity through a conductor. Elecric Current
Is formed when an electric current passes through an unbroken path of conductors. Circuit
Has only one path through whitch electricity can flow. Series Circuit
Stops and goes the flow of electricity. Switch
An object that obsoubs electricity. Conductor
An open wire that can harm people by fires. Short Circuit
Has more than one path for electricity to pass. Parallel Circuit
What happens when you rap the wire more times on the nail with the electro magnet. The magnet gets stronger.
What is a good cunductor? Nails, Keys, Wire, Copper, or aluminum.
A wire that breaks if two much current flows through it. Fuse
A divice to move electrons along a path, often a battery. Voltage Source
An object in an electric circuit that resists the flow of electrons. Resistor
What is a magnet used with a peace of metal, a battery, and a wire. Electro Magnet
Electrons in a circuit are pushed away from a battery's ( ) poles. Negative
The amount of electric charge moving in a circuit is measered in ( ). Amps
Created by: hfes.718