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Energy Vocab Act.4-5

McKinney - Science

WordDefinition
Anode positive electrode, as in a battery
Battery A device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy, producing an electric current when connected in a circuit
Cathode The negative electrode of a device in an electrical circuit
Current which is the flow of electric charge
Electrolyte Any substance which, when in solution will conduct an electric current. Acids, bases, and salts are common electrolytes.
Volt Basic unit of electrical potential
Appliance A household device operated by use of electricity or gas
Kilowatt-hour A measurement of energy. One kilowatt hour is equal to one kilowatt being used for one hour.
watt VoA standard unit of power defined as one Joule of energy transferred or dissipated in one secondlts x amps=watts.
Anode positive electrode, as in a battery
Battery A device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy, producing an electric current when connected in a circuit
Cathode The negative electrode of a device in an electrical circuit
Current which is the flow of electric charge
Electrolyte Any substance which, when in solution will conduct an electric current. Acids, bases, and salts are common electrolytes.
Volt Basic unit of electrical potential
Appliance A household device operated by use of electricity or gas
Kilowatt-hour A measurement of energy. One kilowatt hour is equal to one kilowatt being used for one hour.
watt A standard unit of power defined as one Joule of energy transferred or dissipated in one second Volts x amps=watts.
Created by: mckinneyr