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Gr 9 Electricity Tes

TermDefinition
Law of Electrical Charge A charge that is similar(positive and positive)repels and charges that are different(positive and negative) attract.
Electrostatic Serise The object that is closer to the bottom of the electrostatic serise gains electron(becomes -)the object that is closer to the top loses electron(becomes +)
Friction 2 neutral objects (different materials) are rubbed together. Electrons move. Finish with one+ve and one-ve object(based on the electrostatic series)
Conduction 2 objects(at least one is charged)make contact with each other. Electrons move from one object to the other. After contact, the two objects will have the same type of charge.
Induction(temporary) A charged object is brought close to ( not touching) a neutral metal electroscope. Electrons are not transferred, but move with in the electroscope.
Induction(permanent) Some method as charging by induction(temporary) but you ground the neutral electroscope with your hand, then remove it.
Grounding Connecting an object to a large body, like the Earth, that is capable of effectively removing an electric charge that the object might have.
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