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Material that resists but doesnt stop the flow of electric current
Flow of electric charges
Space around a magnet where the force of the magnet can act
Supplies energy to move charges through a circuit
Measurement of an objects extra positive or negative particles
Object that attracts things made of iron or steel
Space around an object where electric forces occur
Ends of a magnet
Path made for an electric current
Material that electric current can pass through easily
Arrangement of wire wrapped around a core
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Circuit with one path for electric current
Charge that stays on an object
Circuit with more than one path for electric current
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