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Electricity

science and electricity

TermDefinition
Electricity form of energy that is produced when electrons move from place to place
Insulator materials that resist the flow of electricity
Series circit an electricity circuit in witch the device are connect in one continuous loop
static electricity buildup of electric
amp electric circuit in a unit
parallel circuit each device has its own seperate loop
electrons a particle that is in the space around the nucleus of charge
electric current the constant flow of electrons through a wire
generator changes energy to motion to electrical energy
conductor material that allows heat energy or electricity to pass througheasily
electric circuit pathway that electrons flow throught
motor uses electricity to produce motion
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