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Gappa - Electricity

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Center of an atom nucleus
Part of the atom with no charge neutron
a material that doesn’t allow electrons to pass through easily insulator
a material that allows electrons to pass through easily conductor
Part of the atom with a positive charge proton
any path along which electrons can travel continuously electric circuit
Part of the atom with a negative charge electron
All matter is made up of atoms
Are metals good conductors or good insulators? conductors
Can atoms gain or lose electrons easily? yes
Can stoms gain or lose protons easily? No
Can atoms gain or lose neutrons easily? No
Can atoms can or lose their nucleus easily? No
Which two parts of the atom are the heaviest? protons and neutrons
Which part of the atom in the lightest? electrons
If one light bulb is unscrewed from a series circuit, what will happen to the other bulbs? all go out
If one light bulb is unscrewed from a parallel circuit, what will happen to the other bulbs? others stay on
Which part of the atom is responsible for causing elelctricity? electrons
What part of the light bulb causes the electrons to slow down and therefore create heat and light? filament
How many paths does a series circuit have? one
How many paths does a parallel circuit have? more than one
Which type of circuit delivers one full energy pack to each light bulb? parallel circuit
Which type of circuit splits up energy packs and gives part of each energy pack to each lightbult series circuit
Most conductors are made out of _____ metal
Created by: Cabrini