Terms in this set (18)
Unit of an electric current.
A device that transforms chemical energy into electrical energy and moves the current of a circuit.
A drawing that uses symbols to represent each part of an electrical circuit.
A circuit with no breaks in which charge flows.
A material with low electrical resistance such as copper or aluminum.
A complete path through which electricity travels.
The flow of electric charge.
A symbol used for the parts of an electrical circuit in circuit diagrams.
A material with high electrical resistance such as plastic or rubber.
An instrument that measures current, voltage, and resistance.
States that the current is directly related to the voltage and inversely related to the resistance.
A circuit with a break in which charge can't flow.
A measure of how much current flows in a circuit for a given voltage.
A device that controls or uses the energy carried by an electric current.
A material with electrical conductivity between that of conductors and insulators.
A device used to open and close a circuit.
The unit of voltage.
A measure of electric potential energy.