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Force & Fields

TermDefinition
Force The capacity to do work or cause physical change; energy
Contact Force Force applied to an object by another body that is in contact with it.
Noncontact Force Force applied to an object by another body that is not in contact with it.
Field Model be used to explain how two objects can exert forces on each other without touching.
Electric Field exists around objects with charge.
Magnetic Field around objects with charge.
Gravitational field exist around objects with mass
Mass Mass is a measure of the number of atoms in an object combined with the density of those atoms
Weight object is the force of gravity on the object
Electricity a flow of charged particles
Electric Motors convert electrical energy into mechanical energy.
Generators convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.
Created by: bmschroeder