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Atom The smallest particle of a substance that has all the properties of that substance
Nucleus the center of an atom, made of protons and neutrons
Electron a particle that is in the space around the nucleus of an atom and has a negative charge
Proton a particle that is in the nucleus of an atom and does not have a charge
Neutron a particle that is in the nucleus of an atom and does not have a charge
Circuit a complete path of conductors that an electric current can flow through
Current a constant flow of electrons through a conductor
Electrical Charge a property of matter; charge can be positive or negative
Static electricity the build up of electric charges in an object
Magnet an object that attracts iron and a few other magnetic materials
Magnetic field the area around a magnet where the force of magnetism can be felt
Density the amount of mass in a known volume of an object or substance
Created by: CriswellScience