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circuits

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A circuit that electric current cannot flow through open circuit
An object that opens or closes a circuit switch
A circuit with only one path for electrons to flow series circuit
a circuit with more than one path for electrons to follow parallel circuit
the steady flow of electrons, usually in a wire electric circuit
a circuit that electric current flows through closed circuit
Opposite charges ______, like charges _____ attract, repel
Atoms can gain or lose ______ when they ______ against each other; this causes them to become ________. electrons, rub, charged
Electrons 'jump' from _______ to ______ charged objects (________ electricity) negatively, positively, static
Batteries produce an ________ current from a ________. electric, chemical
energy ability to do work
conductor material that allows heat energy or electricity to pass through easily
flow passage of electrons in a closed circuit
material that does not let heat or electricity pass through easily insulator
translucent permitting light to pass through but diffusing it so that persons,objects, etc., on the opposite side are not clearly visible
transparent having the property of transmitting rays of light through its substance so that bodies situated beyond or behind can be distinctly seen
opaque not transparent or translucent; impenetrable to light; not allowing light to pass through
Created by: wjewell