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U 8 Electricity

static electricity The build up of electric charges on an object
circuit A path along which electric charges flow
magnet An object that attracts iron and a few other metals
A nail is a good electrical conductor
Coal is a non renewable source that will eventually run out
A series circuit with a broken bulb is an open circuit
attract Balloons with opposite charges will
A parallel circuit has many paths to follow
True or false 3? An electromagnet is made from a battery, nail, and string. False 3. An electromagnet is made from a battery, nail, and wire.
True or False 4? Two balloons that are both negatively charged will attract to each other. False 4. Balloons that are both negatively charged will repel each other.
True or false 1? Electrical energy can be transformed into light, sound, or heat energy. True 1
True or false 2? Electromagnets can be found in many devices, such as computers, telephones, and speakers. True 2
True or False 5? A series circuit has one path for the electrical currents to follow. True 5
Electricity This is used and produced in many ways
Series This circuit has one path to follow
Electromagnet An electric current produces this magnetism
Parallel This circuit could keep working because it has many paths.
electric motor A device that changes electrical energy into mechanical energy
conductor A material through which electricity travels easily.
electrical current The flow of electrical charges along a path
generator A device that produces an electric current by converting mechanical energy to electrical energy.
An insulator is not a form of energy.
Rocks are not a part of the Water Cycle
The sun is the major source of energy for the Water cycle.
Sound energy is a type of energy that results from vibrations that travel through the air.
Mechanical energy is the sum of Potential and Kinetic energy.
Created by: twaltner



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