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Electricity Review

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battery the power source for an electric circuit
heat energy examples stoves, toaster
light energy examples light bulbs, lamps
motion energy examples electric fans, hair dryers
sound energy examples radios, TV
Electrical Conductor a material through which electrons move EASILY
Electrical Conductor Example Metal
Electrical Conductor Example copper
Electrical Conductor Example steel
Electrical Insulator a material through which an electrical charge CANNOT MOVE
Electrical Insulator Example dry air
Electrical Insulator Example glass
Electrical Insulator Example wood
Magnet A metal that can push or pull on iron, nickel, or cobalt
If north and south poles are positioned together they will ______. attract
If the same poles from two magnets are positioned together they will ______. repel
The magnetic field is strongest near the ______ and ________. north and south poles
Electromagnet Winding a wire with a current around an iron bar
Parts of a circuit battery, wire, light bulb, and switch
Created by: laurachudson