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Electricity

Electricity Study Guide

TermDefinition
Conductor materials that carry heat of electrical current easily
insulators materials that do not carry electric current easily
parallel circuit a type of circuit that the electric current has more than one path
series circuit a type of circuit that the electric current has only one path
current the constant flow of electicity
electricity _____________ in a circuit flows from the positive side of the battery to the negative
short circuit when electricity flows in an unplanned or accidental path
heat and motion if you plug in a hair dryer, electrical energy is being transformed to...
light, heat, and sound the electrical energy from a computer is being transferred into....
light and heat a light is being transformed from electricity to....
examples of insulators rubber, plastic, wood, etc.
examples of conductors metal, paper clips, nails, etc.
Created by: roseberryc