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Sc. Ch.15 voc.

Science Chapter 15 Voc

The flow of electrical charges through a material current
a material through which an electrical charge can move easily conductor
a map of a circuit circuit diagram
a measure of the electrical force provided by an energy source volt
a material that resists the flow of an electrical current resistor
magnets that carry on electrical current electromagnet
a material that has no resistance to an electrical charge superconductor
contains a source of energy and at least one conductor simple circuit
turns the circuit on or off switch
the unit of measuring current ampere (amp)
a circuit that has more than one resistor on a wire, and the current must be able to pass throuh all resistors series circuit
has more than one branch or pathway for the current to follow parallel circuit
positive charge proton
negative charge electron
a poor conductor; material through which heat or electric charge does not flow insulator
Created by: Dorsey