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Ch. 22 Current Electricity Review

A closed loop through which charges can flow is a(n) _______ Electric Circuit
The flow of positive charge Conventional Current
A variable resistor Potentiometer
A flow of charged particles Electric Current
The property that determines how much current will flow Resistance
A flow of one coulomb per second Ampere
A circuit diagram Schematic
Device that measures current Ammeter
Several voltaic cells connected together Battery
Devices designed to have specific resistance Resistor
Connection that is made to either side of an element in a circuit Parallel Connection
Connection that provides only one path for current Series Connection
Device that measures potential difference Voltmeter
A device that converts light energy to electric energy (solar cell) Photovoltaic Cell
Batteries, generators, and solar cells convert various forms of energy into _______ Electric Energy
As a charge moves through resistors in a circuit, it's _______ energy is reduced Potential
Electric _______ is found by multiplying voltage by current Power
The _______ of a device is the ratio of the voltage across it divided by the current through it Resistance
A _______ can store electrical energy Capacitor
In long distance transmission, _______ is reduced without reducing power by increasing voltage Current
Man for which the ampere was named... Andre Marie Ampere
Creator of Ohm's Law... Georg Simon Ohm
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