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F& M Quiz #3

Indirect forces, motors, and generator

Conductor Object or type of material that permits the flow of electricity.
Current The rate at which charge flows past a point on a circuit.
Electrical Field Region around a charged particle within which a force would be exerted on other charged particles or objects.
Electrical Force Attractive or repulsive interaction between any 2 charged objects
Electromagnetism A magnetic field produced by a current of electricity.
Field Region throughout which a force may be exerted.
Generators Machine that converts one form of energy into another.For example mechanical to electrical.
Insulator Materials that impede the free flow of electrons. Atom to atom or molecule to molecule.
Magnetic Field A field of force surrounding a permanent magnet or a moving charged particle.
Magnetic Force Attraction or repulsion arising between electrically charged particles because of their motion.
Volt The unit of electrical potential
Voltage Measures the energy carried by an electrical charge.
Gravitational Force Force of attraction between all masses in the universe
Motor A machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical
Created by: bardwelt