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What is Polarization? physical SEPARATION of Unlike Charges
What is Voltage? MEASURES the extent of Polarization between 2 points - aka. Potential Difference
What is Current? MOVEMENT of charge, either Ions/Electrons
How is Current measured? in Amperes or Amps
What is Depolarization? the REDUCTION or destruction of a Polarized Conddition - decrease in Voltage
What is Repolarization? the RESTORATION of a Polarized Condition
What is Hyperpolarization? Polarization beyond a set (original level) point
What causes a decrease in Voltage? FLOWING Current
What is the function of Voltage? POTENTIAL to allow for Electricity
What would an increase in Polarization do to Voltage? increase Voltage
Created by: Kristel