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Moving Electricity

What is Moving Electricity? The flow of negative charges (electrons)
The slow flow of electrons that allows energy to move quickly is called: Electrical current
Formula for current Current= charge moving past a point/time
Charge(Q) is measured in: coulomb (C)
Current(I) is measured in: ampere (A)
Time (t) is measured in: second (S)
Is the amount of current different or the same for each appliance? different
What is a conductor? material that allows electrons to move
What is a insulator? any type of substance that resists or blocks the movement of electrons
What does a circuit need to have in order to work? a never-ending circle for the negative charge to flow through
What are the 3 main components of a electrical circuit? light bulb, battery and switch
What is a ammeter? A device used to measure the current in a circuit
Created by: NCCgradenines