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science

second 9 weeks test!

QuestionAnswer
what is static electricity? the build up of charges on an object
what is friction transfer of electrons from one uncharged object to another by rubbing
what is voltage? different in electrical potential energy between to places in a circut
what is electricity continuous flow of electric charge through materials
which way does an electric flow ? left to right
how are conduction and induction alike? how were they different? conduction-charged abject by another induction-movement of electrons
series circuits? if an electric circuit are connected one after another along one path
Parallel circuit? different parts of a circuit are on separate branches
what is chemical and physical change? chemical-change in matter that produces two or more new substance physical-any change that alerts the form or apperencesof a substance
Created by: swaggerkidd