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5th Physical Science

What are the building blocks of matter? atoms
The smaller particles (subatomic) that make up an atom. protons, neutrons, and electrons
The property of a particle that affects how it behaves around other particles. electric charge
Subatomic particle that makes up the center (nucleus) of an atom, which have a positive (+) charge. proton
Subatomic particle that makes up the center (nucleus) of an atom, which have a neutral or no charge. neutron
Subatomic particle that is found moving around the center (nucleus) of an atom. electron
Particles with the same charge "push away" or ________ from one another. repel
Particles with opposite charges "pull together" or _______ one another. attract
When electric charges build up on objects it is called what? static electricity
When electric charges have a path to follow or flow through it is called what? electric current