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4th Science

Oak Valley Electrical Energy Investigations 1-3

The electrical property of particles of matter; it can be positive or negative electrical charge
Electric charges that have built up on the surface of an object. static electricity
The loss or release of an electric charge. electrical discharge
A continuous flow of electric charges. electric current
A path along which an electric current can move. electric circuit
A device that completes or breaks the path a current can follow in an electric circuit. switch
A material through which electricity moves easily. conductors
A material through which electricity does not easily move. insulators
A long, thin coil of wire that glows when electricity passes through it. filament
An electric circuit having more than one path along which electric current can travel. parallel circuit
A device in a circuit that contains a metal strip, which melts when the circuit is overheated, thus breaking the circuit. fuse
A switch that opens or closes a circuit by turning it on and off. circuit breaker
Created by: nmccaul