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Physics-Youmna

Physics review

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What is physical change? A change not involving in the substances chemical identity
what are the the 3 laws of Electric Charge Like charges repel Unlike charges atrract Charged objects can be attracted to neutral objects
what are the the 3 laws of Electric Charge Like charges repel Unlike charges atrract Charged objects can be attracted to neutral objects
What are conductors? Material that allow electrons to flow through them
What is induction? When a charged object comes close to a neutral object and causes the electrons to come to one side of the object
What are insulators? Material that do not allow electrons to flow through them
What is the difference between conductors and insulators? conductors allow material to flow through it, where as insulators doesn't allow material to flow through it.
what are the 4 factors that affect resistance? length material thickness temperature
what connects to the ground to make the object neutral? Grounding
Whats the term when an object holds a positive or negative charge? Static electricity
Created by: youmna