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Circuit closed conduction loop in which electricity current can flow
Conductor material in which electrons can move easily;material that transfers heat easily
Electric Current the flow of electricity charge measured in amperes
Electric Discharge rapid moving of excess charge from one place to another
Electric Field surrounds every electric charge that exerts forces on other electric charge
Electric Force attractive or repulsive force exerted by all charged objects on each other
Electric Power rate at which electrical energy is converted into other forms of energy measured in watts or kilowatts
Insulator materials in wich electrons can not travel easily
Ion atoms that are positive on negative charged because it has gained or lost one or more electrons
Ohm's Law states that the current in a circuit equals the voltage decided by the resistance in the circuit
Parellel Circuit circuit that has more than one path for electric current to flow
Resistance a measure of how difficult it is for electrons to flow in materials;unit is the ohm
Series Curcuit circuit that has only one path of electric current to flow
transformer devise used to increase or decrease the voltage of an alternating current
Voltage a measure of the amount of electrical potential energy an electron flowing in a circuit can gain measured in volts
Created by: jzapata