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Electricity: Circuits Use your slates to answer the following questions.
Electricity: Circuits What is an atom? The smallest building block of life.
What are the three parts of an atom? Protons, neutrons, and electrons.
Electricity: Circuits Which of the three particles can move from one atom to another? Electrons
Electricity: Circuits What are the charges of the three particles? Electrons= negative (-) Protons= positive (+) Neutrons= neutral / none
Electricity: Circuits What kind of charges attract? Opposites.
Electricity: Circuits Name a material that would be a good conductor of electricity. Most metals such as iron and steel.
Electricity: Circuits Name a material that is used as an insulator. Plastic, rubber, glass, etc.
Electricity: Circuits What powers an electromagnet? A battery.
Electricity: Circuits The build up of electrons on an object is called what kind of electricity? Static electricity.
Electricity: Circuits Electricity that flows is called ____________ electricity. Current
Electricity: Circuits Draw me an example of a parallel circuit.
Electricity: Circuits A parallel circuit has how many paths? More than 1.
Electricity: Circuits Draw a series circuit.
Electricity: Circuits Draw an open series circuit. Draw a closed series circuit.
Electric Circuit A path on which electrons move continuously is called an electric circuit.
Electric Circuit By:Griselda and Jose A Complete Circuit A close circuit is a kind of electric circuit in which the path that the electrons follow forms.
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ElectricitySection 1 Electric Charge What are the different kinds of electric charge? An object can have a negative charge, a positive charge, or no charge.
Static Electricity (pp. 7-14) 1. Define static electricity? What does static mean? (p. 7) 2. What are the two types of charges? What symbol is used for.
Objectives: 1. Identify two forces that result from electric charges 2. Explain why objects attract and repel each other. 3. Communicate how positively.
© Boardworks Ltd 2003 IGCSE Electricity – Charge Aims: Describe simple experiments using electrostatic charges State that there are positive and negative.
Chapter 13 Electricity. Charge and Force All matter is made of atoms that contain electrons, neutrons, and protons All matter is made of atoms that contain.
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Electricity & Magnets S5P3 Students will investigate electricity, magnetism, and their relationship a.Investigate static electricity b.Determine the necessary.
Investigations 3 and 4 Review. Investigation 3 I can build a series circuit and explain how the electricity flows through it. I can build a parallel circuit.
ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM. MAGNETISM Invisible force of push or pull by an object with this property Wagon does not move; forces are not lined up Wagon.
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What is energy? Energy – is the ability to cause changes in matter. Changing states of matter is a good example. Solid LiquidGas Activity.
The Atom How big is an Atom? n The average size atom (Al) is about cm. n It would take a stack of 50,000 aluminum atoms to equal the thickness.
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