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Current electricity Continuous flow of elctrons
Circuit The path of an electric current
Open Circuit (Like an Open Bridge) does no allow electricity to flow!
Closed Circuit (like a closed Bridge) allows electricity to flow!
Conductors an object that allows electricity to pass. (Like Metal)
Insulators an object that DEOS NOT allow electricity to pass. (Like Rubber, Plastic ,and Wood)
Paraellel Has more than one pathway. If one light goes out, the other circuit light stays on.
Series Circuit Has only one path. If one light goes out, they all go out.
Electomagnet a non-permanent magnet created by wrapping a wire around certain iron -bearing materials (nail) discovered by Michael Faraday
Magnetic Poles The stronger point of a magnet (usaually north and south)
Magnetic Feild the lines of force extened from the poles of a magnet in an arched pattern defining the area over which a magnetic force occurs
Like Charges Repel
Opposite Charges Attract
Atoms Tiny materail within all objects atoms are protons (+ charges), electrons (- charges) and neutrons (no charge)
Lightning The static discharges between objects
Michael Faraday Invented the non-permanent Yet, powerful electromagnet
Benjamin Franklin Discovered lightning during the kite and key experament
Thomas Edison Inventor of the light bulb
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