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Electricity and Magnetism Flashcards
1 No charge
2 All magnets have a north and south pole that creates this
3 can be compared to the gravitational force of electricity...
Electrical potential energy
4 an apparatus for changing a given electrical current into another current of different voltage
5 is a device that measures the potential difference two points in an electric circuit
6 is the unit used to measure electrical current
7 has all its resistors in a row
is a device that measures the current going Through a circuit 8
9 exist whenever electric charges are moving
10 is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy
11 refers to the change in electrical potential in a circuit
12 is a measure of the electrical energy available
13 electricity moving through a circuit
14 The way by which the ability to flow through a circuit is slowed down
15 has all resistors at the same voltage
16 Electrical power is expressed as:
17 The space around a charged object where electric
18 Material that current cannot pass through
19 A flow of electric charges
20 In a circuit, this controls when a circuit
21 The electrical charges that does not move but builds on the surface of an object
22 Material that current can pass through easily
23 A path made for an electric current
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