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Electricity

Utah 5th Grade Science St. 4

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All the connections including wires, a battery, and a device that uses energy such as a light bulb. In an incomplete circuit, these objects are missing part of the necessary connection and the device that uses energy does not work. Incomplete Circuit
A material which does not allow electricity to go through it. Insulator
A reference to the amount of devices which are in a circuit. More devices in the circuit increase the load. Load
All the connections including wires, a battery, and a device that uses energy such as a light bulb. In a complete circuit, these objects are all connected in a way that the device that uses energy is working. Complete Circuit
A small device that stores energy in a chemical form. Battery
A material that allows electricity to go through it. Conductor
The flow of electricity through a conductor. Current
When there are several paths for the current to follow. Parallel circuit
The area of a conductor through which a current is able to move. Pathway
A battery or other device which provides energy for a circuit. Power Source
When there is only one path for the electricity to follow. Series circuit
An electrical force which occurs as electrons are built up in an object. Static Electricity
Created by: Utah 5th Grade