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Electricity and magn

Electricity flows of electrons
Static Electricity Build up of electrical charges
Electric Current movement of electrons from one place to another
ampere The unit used to describe how much electric current flow through a wire
Circuit A path for electric current
Closed Circuit A complete, unbroken path for electric current
Open circuit An incomplete or broken path for electric current
Schematic Diagram A diagram that uses symbols to show the parts of a circuit
Battery A source of voltage that changes chemical energy into electrical energy
Series Circuit A circuit in which all current flows (electrons) flows through a single path
Parallel Circuit A circuit in which there is more than one path for current
magnets An object the attracts certain kinds of metals
Attracts to push together
magnetic poles The end of a magnet where magnetic are greatest
repel to push apart
magnetic feild area around a magment in which magnetic forces can act
Lines of forces Lines that show a magnetic feild
Created by: sawyerblalock