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Final Jeopardy Question Nature of Light Reflection & Mirrors 500 Using a microscope Eye Anatomy Colors 100 200 300 400 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500 Wave- lengths
Back To pull towards one another. Attract
A build-up of electrical charge. Back Static Electricity
To push away Back Repel
Back An instrument that uses a freely moving magnetic needle to indicate direction Compass
Back A material through which electricity doesn’t flow. An Insulator
Back A material in which electricity flows easily. Conductor
When a build-up of electrical charge empties into something Back a Discharge
A circuit in which each bulb is connected to the cell separately Back Parallel Circuit
Back A complete path that electricity can move. Circuit
A moving electrical charge. Back Electricity
Back Short Circuit When too much current flows through a conductor.
Back A parallel circuit has 2 or more paths for electrons
What is electricity Back flow of electrons
A proton has a positive electric _______. Back Charge
An object is charged by _________ when no contact is made with the charged object. Back Induction
The movement of charges, or electrons, through a circuit is____. Back Current
Plastics, glass, and wood are examples of an electric ___. Back Insulators
A ___ circuit allows electric devices to be Disconnected with out interrupting the current to other parts of the circuit. Back Parallel
The best conductor of electricity is ____. Back Copper
The material in a light bulb that glows when heated by an electric current. Back Filament
A switch that protects circuits from dangerously high currents. Back Circuit Breaker
A form of energy that can produce light, heat, and magnetism. Back Electricity
A piece of iron that becomes a temporary magnet when electricity flows through an insulated wire wrapped around it. Back Electromagnet
A property of certain kinds of materials that causes them to attract iron, metal, or steel. Back Magnetism
flash of light caused by a discharge of static electricity. Back Lightning
Back A circuit in which the current must flow through one bulb in order to flow through the other Series Circuit
Back A device that keeps too much electric current from flowing through wires. A Fuse
Back The small shock you feel when you rub your shoes on carpet and touch somethingmetal is caused by _______ Conduction
According to the law of electric charge: Back Opposites attract and Likes repel
The unit used to measure electric power is the ____. Back Watt
Back List the colors of the spectrum from shortest wavelength to longest. Violet Indigo Blue Green Yellow Orange Red
attract circuit When two objects are pulled together.
attract When two objects are pulled together circuit.
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