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Circuits

Chapter 1 Electricity

QuestionAnswer
static electricity the build up of electric charges that stay on an object
electric charge parts of matter that are described as positive or negative charges
electric current the flow of electric charges
series circuit a circuit with one path of current.
parallel circuit a circuit with more than one path of current
conductor a material that electric current can easily pass through
circuit a path that is made for an electric current
repel when like charges are near each other
attract when unlike charges are near each other
What type of circuit is it when one broken bulb makes the entire string of lights go out? series circuit
battery source of energy
What type of circuit is it when one broken bulb does not make the entire string of lights go out? parallel circuit
Created by: nevans