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Magnets and Circuits

Use this stack to review magnetism, electromagnets, and circuits

___________ is the force of attraction or repulsion of magnetic materials. magnetism
When like poles of two magnets are close together, they will ___________. repel
Where is the magnetic field on a magnet the strongest? poles
What device has the power to control whether a circuit is on or off? switch
A material that allows heat energy or electricity to pass through easily. conductor
The magnetic field around a wire forms what shape? circle
The area where a magnetic force can be detected. magnetic field
A coil of wire with a iron core and acts as a magnet when an electric current is in the coil. electromagnet
Magnetism is a type of force
Opposite poles (north/south) of a magnet _______ each other. attract
Like poles (north/north or south/south) of a magnet _________each other. repel
The flow of an electric charge. electric current
Materials that do not carry the current very well. Insulators
The push the battery gives to the charge. voltage
An incomplete path which a current cannot flow. open circuit
In this circuit the current flows through a single loop. series circuit
In this circuit the electric current can follow more than one path. parallel
A map of a circuit circuit diagram
Very strong temporary magnets that can be turned on and off. electromagnet
Uses magnets and loops of wire to make electricty. generator
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