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Electricity

Current Electricity Review

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What instrument is used to measure Current? Ammeter
What is Potential Difference (Voltage)? The measure of the difference in electric potential energy across two points in a circuit.
What instrument is used to measure Voltage? Voltmeter
What negatively charged particle flows through materials to create electricity? An Electron
When a material easily allows electricity to transfer through it, it is called.... A Conductor
A material that resists the flow of electricity is called.... An Insulator
What is Electrical Current? The measure of the rate of flow of electric charge.
What is Resistance? The measure of how a material reduces the flow of electrical current.
What unit is used to measure Resistance? Ohms
What unit is used to measure Current? Amps
What unit is used to measure Voltage? Volts
A series circuit is... A circuit with one loop
A parallel circuit is... A circuit with more than one loop
Created by: Mr.Potassium