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Science Electricity and Magnetism test

Static Electicity The accumulation of electric discharge that occurs when two non-metallic objects rub against each other.
Example of Static Electricity Rubbing a balloon and then sticking it to a wall
Dynamic Electricity The flow of electric charges through a conductor
Electric Potential The amount of work that could be done
Current The flow of electric charge
Voltage The amount of potential difference
Resistance The amount of difficulty encountered by a power source in forcing electric current through an electric circuit
Electric Charge The physical property of matter that causes it to experience a force when placed in an electromagnetic field
Conductor Allows electric current to flow freely
Insulator Material that does not allow electric charges to flow freely
Voltage Measured in volts (V)
Resistance measured in ohms (R)
Current measured in amps (I)
Created by: harris_21