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Electricity and MagnetismFlashcards
1 No charge
All magnets have a north and south pole that2 All magnets have a north and south pole that creates this
gravitational force of electricity...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
is the unit used to measure electrical current6 is the unit used to measure electrical current
has all its resistors in a row7 has all its resistors in a row
8 is a device that measures the current going Through a circuit
exist whenever electric charges are moving9 exist whenever electric charges are moving
is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy10 is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy
refers to the change in electrical potential in a circuit11 refers to the change in electrical potential in a circuit
is a measure of the electrical energy available12 is a measure of the electrical energy available
electricity moving through a circuit13 electricity moving through a circuit
The way by which the ability to flow through a circuit is slowed down14 The way by which the ability to flow through a circuit is slowed down
has all resistors at the same voltage15 has all resistors at the same voltage
Electrical power is expressed as:16 Electrical power is expressed as:
The space around a charged object where electric17 The space around a charged object where electric
Material that current cannot pass through18 Material that current cannot pass through
A flow of electric charges19 A flow of electric charges
In a circuit, this controls when a circuit20 In a circuit, this controls when a circuit
21 The electrical charges that does not move but builds on the surface of an object
Material that current can pass through easily22 Material that current can pass through easily
A path made for an electric current23 A path made for an electric current
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