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Circuits/Force

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The force in which two objects rub against each other (It causes them to heat up and slow down) friction
A force that pulls towards the center of a heavenly body gravity
A force that can attract (pull closer) or repel (push away) magnetic materials. ** Magnetic metals are iron, nickel, cobalt and steel magnetism
A push or a pull force
To apply a force on the surface of an object pressure
material that allows electric current or thermal energy to pass through easily conductor
material that slows down or stops electric current or thermal energy from passing through insulator
a circuit or electrical path that is broken or incomplete so electricity can’t flow through it. open circuit
a complete electrical circuit or path through which electricity or current can pass or flow closed circuit
The direction the electricity is moving current
Electricity from a battery, solar, cell, fossil fuels or wind generator source/cell
A wire that a current flows through path
Turns a circuit on and off switch
An electric current in which electrons have only one path to take. If one light goes out or removed, they all go out series circuit
A circuit where the electrons have many paths to take. If one light is removed the other lights will still work and will even get brighter. parallel circuit
Created by: kristel.cruz