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Physics

Science CPT unit 2

QuestionAnswer
What is friction? When a neutral object is rubbed against a charged object
What three particles are atoms made up of? Protons, neutrons and electrons
What is a grounding wire? a wire that is connected to the ground to make a charged object neutral
What is potential difference? the amount of energy per charge
What is percent efficiency? When electricity is converted into other forms of energy
What is induction? When a charged object comes close to a neutral object and causes the electrons to come to one side to another
What is the purpose of an electroscope? to determine whether an object has a charge or not
How do you charge two object using the "Contact" method? bring a neutral object and make it come into contact with a charged object.
If the charged object is a positive, what is the charge of the neutral object? positive
What is a conductor? Material that allows electricity to flow through it easily
What device is used to calculate the amount of volts in a circuit? voltmeter
Created by: kdmiguel