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The region around an electric charge that can exert a force on an object.
The region around a magnet/charge that can exert a force on another magnet/charge
The north and south parts of a magnet that happen in pairs and cause magnetic field lines
A material in which the domains have aligned and will now attract certain metals.
The flow of electric charge (electrons) through an object.
The creation of a magnetic field due to the flow of electric charges (electrons).
Preserving or saving
The buildup of electric charges.
A push or pull.
The push or pull caused by the poles of a magnet.
The loss or gain of electric charge (electrons) through direct contact. Thus charging the object.
The loss or gain of electric charge (electrons) through rubbing the object. Thus charging the object.
The loss or gain of electric charge (electrons) by bringing a charge object near an uncharged object. Thus charging the object.
Regions within a material (usually a metal) that can be aligned to create a magnet.
Type of magnet in which the magnetic field is produced by electric current.
A material that transfers charges through it very easily.
A material that does not transfer charges through it easily.
The buildup or loss of electrons to create a _________.
The negatively charged particle in an atom.
The positively charged particle in an atom
The neutrally charged particle in an atom
Having the same or similar charge
Having different charges.
Charges that push each other apart.
Charges that pull each other toward each other.
The push or pull of objects based on their charges.
Lined up or in order
Electric machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy.
A coil of wires.
Magnet that stays magnetized for a short period of time.
A magnet that is very difficult to unmagnetize.
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