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unit 4 force

force and motion

The total potential and kinetic energy of an object
Energy that can be released by a chemical reaction.
The total amount of kinetic energy of the particles in a substance.
The measure of the average energy of the motion of particles of matter
The energy that moves between objects of different temperatures.
The buildup of electric charges on an object
The flow of electric charges along a path
A material that lets heat or electricity travel through it easily
A material that does not let heat or electricity travel through it easily
A path along which electric charges can flow
An electric circuit in which the electrical charges have only one path to follow If one goes out they all go out
An electric circuit that has more than one path for electric charges to follow. If one goes out the others stay on
Created by: Wranglers