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When two objects are pulled together
a complete path that electricity can move through
closed circuit The circuit is closed. Electrons flow through the wire and produce light.
a clear and complete path that electricity can flow through
a material through which heat or electricity flows easily
a moving electrical charge
when a buildup of electrical charge empties into something
electrical charge + -
a battery that changes chemical energy into electrical energy
the positive or negative property of particles
energy caused by the flow of electrical charges
a temporary magnet created when current flows through wire wrapped in coils
a push or pull by one object to move another
When an electrical charge flows into the ground, or surface of the earth
a material through which heat or electricity does not flow very well
A discharge of static electricity from a thundercloud
a region of magnetic force around a magnet
a broken or incomplete path that electricity cannot flow through
A circuit in which each electrical device is independently connected to the electrical source
Property of a material through which electricity has difficulty flowing
a circuit in which the current must flow through each electrical device in order to complete the circuit
a build up of an electrical charge
a device that can open or close an electrical circuit
attract When two objects are pulled together circuit.
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