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science practice

static charge the build up of electric charges on an object
conductors materials that allow electrons to move through them easily
insulators materials through which electrons cannot move through easily
electric current the steady flow of elctrons through a conductor
circuit an unbroken path through which an electric current can flow
resistance the measure or how difficult it is for electrons to flow through a material
series circuit a circuit with one path along which a current can flow
parallel circuit a circuit with more than one path along which a current can flow
ion an atom with positive charge or negative charge
voltage measure of how much electricity power source can provide
electric force causes charged particals to attract or repel each other
OHMS law friendship between voltage , current and resistance
electric field an area around an electrical charge which is the strongest closest to a charge particle
electric power rate at which electrical energy is converted to another type of energy
electric discharge rapid movement of electric charge from place to another
OHMs measured in resistance
nuetral = same amount of electrons and nuetrons
like charges repel
unlike charges attract
Created by: mmcguire17