#### Study sets matching "current circuits"

#### Study sets matching "current circuits"

alternating current, AC

ampere

direct current, DC

electric current

an electric current that repeatedly reverses direction, twice…

A flow of one coulomb of charge per second is one ampere, SI u…

an electric current whose flow of charge is always in one dire…

the flow of electric charge: SI unit: measured in amperes A

alternating current, AC

an electric current that repeatedly reverses direction, twice…

ampere

A flow of one coulomb of charge per second is one ampere, SI u…

circuit

current

resistor

battery

a path that let's electrons pass through negative to positive

electrons are moving through the circuit from negative to posi…

circuit

a path that let's electrons pass through negative to positive

current

electrons are moving through the circuit from negative to posi…

circuit

parallel circuit

series circuit

Schematic diagram

any path along which electrons can flow

a circuit that allows the current to go down multiple paths, b…

a circuit that has one pathway that the current can flow throu…

a certain type of circuit drawing

circuit

any path along which electrons can flow

parallel circuit

a circuit that allows the current to go down multiple paths, b…

Current

Circuit

Simple Circuit

Parallel Circuit

A flow of electrons through a conductor. A measure of the amou…

A path that electrons follow as they flow through a conductor…

an electric current with a battery, a path for electrons to fl…

Has two or more paths for electrons to flow on with objects th…

Current

A flow of electrons through a conductor. A measure of the amou…

Circuit

A path that electrons follow as they flow through a conductor…

Charge equation

Current equation

Series circuit

Resistance in a series circuit equation

Q = It... Charge = current x time

V = IR

- one path of resistors... - voltage changes through resistors... -…

Rt = R1 + R2 + R3...

Charge equation

Q = It... Charge = current x time

Current equation

V = IR

electric current

conventional current

battery

electric circuit

A flow of charged particles.

A flow of positive charges that move from higher potential to…

A device made up of several galvanic cells connected together…

A closed loop or pathway that allows electric charges to flow.

electric current

A flow of charged particles.

conventional current

A flow of positive charges that move from higher potential to…

What is a circuit? What is the differen…

Which parts of a light bulb are conduct…

What are the 3 requirements for a bulb…

What is electric potential difference?

-a complete pathway of conductors that allows electrons to flo…

-bulb tip, thread, are conductors, as well as the clips and su…

-Circuit must be complete, meaning that it must be a closed lo…

-more commonly known as voltage, it is the amount of electric…

What is a circuit? What is the differen…

-a complete pathway of conductors that allows electrons to flo…

Which parts of a light bulb are conduct…

-bulb tip, thread, are conductors, as well as the clips and su…

A flashlight bulb with a potential diff…

A wire carries a steady current of 0.1…

How is current affected if the time int…

How much current flows through a resist…

0.56 A

2C

The current increases.

4.28 X 10-1

A flashlight bulb with a potential diff…

0.56 A

A wire carries a steady current of 0.1…

2C

Which of the following safety devices m…

In an electrical circuit, a voltage dif…

How would you draw two resistors in par…

How would you draw a series circuit?

fuse, circuit breaker, and Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (G…

Supplies energy to make charges flow

side by side or one on top of the other (A and B)

both in a row

Which of the following safety devices m…

fuse, circuit breaker, and Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (G…

In an electrical circuit, a voltage dif…

Supplies energy to make charges flow

the current is the amount of charge flo…

we use an ammeter and measure in amps

From the wires, moved by the cell or ba…

charge

describe what current is

Name the meter that you use to measure current

where do charges come from?

current is the amount of .....

the current is the amount of charge flo…

describe what current is

we use an ammeter and measure in amps

Name the meter that you use to measure current

Current

AC

DC

Voltage

the amount of electricity flowing through a circuit, measured…

alternating current in which electrons switch directions 120 t…

direct current in which electrons travel in one direction (bat…

the "push" of electricity, measured in volts

Current

the amount of electricity flowing through a circuit, measured…

AC

alternating current in which electrons switch directions 120 t…

a current is-

a circuit is-

potential difference is-

resistance is-

a measurement of the number of electrons that flow past in a s…

a route that electrons travel on to give electricity to things

a comparison of the energy of an electron at two different loc…

a measurement of how difficult it is for electrons to flow thr…

a current is-

a measurement of the number of electrons that flow past in a s…

a circuit is-

a route that electrons travel on to give electricity to things

electric current

conventional current

galvanic cells

electric circuit

a flow of charged particles

a flow of positive charges that move high potential to lower p…

(type of dry cell) converts chemical energy into electrical en…

any closed loop/conducting path allowing electric charges to f…

electric current

a flow of charged particles

conventional current

a flow of positive charges that move high potential to lower p…

Coulomb

Current

Ampere

Open Circuit

The unit for measuring charge is the Coulomb ... Charge will natu…

In order for current to flow, a complete path must exist... It al…

The unit for electric current is the Ampere Amps

Open Circuit: There is a break in the wire.

Coulomb

The unit for measuring charge is the Coulomb ... Charge will natu…

Current

In order for current to flow, a complete path must exist... It al…

Direct current

Alternating current

Series circuit

1. When one bulb goes out, all bulbs go…

Voltage or current that stays the same

The current or voltage changes

Circuit in which the electrons only have one path to follow

Disadvantages for series circuit

Direct current

Voltage or current that stays the same

Alternating current

The current or voltage changes

Current symbol

Current unit

Current definition

Conventional current

I

Ampere (A)

The rate of flow of an electric charge

The hypothetical flow of positive charges

Current symbol

I

Current unit

Ampere (A)

electric current (I) aka current

electric circuit aka circuit

wet cell

battery (dry & wet)

flow of charged particles

continous path thru which electric charge flows

car battery (uses water to create conduction)

device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy

electric current (I) aka current

flow of charged particles

electric circuit aka circuit

continous path thru which electric charge flows

I = V / R

Current

Thomas Edison

Voltage

Ohm's Law

the actual "substance" that is flowing through the wires of th…

"All you need to be an inventor is a good imagination and a pi…

a force that pushes the current through the circuit

I = V / R

Ohm's Law

Current

the actual "substance" that is flowing through the wires of th…

Voltage

Current

Electric Circuit

Conductors

This causes charges to move in a circuit

Voltage is divided by this to equal resistance

A complete unbroken path that electric charges flow through.

Materials that charges flow through easily

Voltage

This causes charges to move in a circuit

Current

Voltage is divided by this to equal resistance

parallel circuits

volt

third (ground) prong

electric current

A circuit where the electricity flows through separate branche…

The unit of electric potential difference, or how strong the p…

The third prong on a plug that helps protect against short cir…

The flow of electric charges through a material.

parallel circuits

A circuit where the electricity flows through separate branche…

volt

The unit of electric potential difference, or how strong the p…

Electric current

ABBREVIATION: Current

MEASUREMENT: Current

ABBREVIATION: Amperes

Net movement of electric charges in a single direction... Moveme…

I

Amperes

A

Electric current

Net movement of electric charges in a single direction... Moveme…

ABBREVIATION: Current

I

Which safety devices measure or react t…

In an electrical circuit, a voltage dif…

How would you draw two resistors in par…

How would you draw a series circuit

fuse, circuit breaker, Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI…

Supplies energy to make charges flow

side by side or one on top of the other

both in a row

Which safety devices measure or react t…

fuse, circuit breaker, Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI…

In an electrical circuit, a voltage dif…

Supplies energy to make charges flow

electrical current

voltage

resistance

conductor

the movement of electrically charged particles, atoms, or ions…

A quantity measured as a signed difference between two points…

A certain hindrance or opposition to the passage of an electri…

a device designed to transmit electricity, heat, etc.

electrical current

the movement of electrically charged particles, atoms, or ions…

voltage

A quantity measured as a signed difference between two points…

What is electric current?

What direction does charge flow?

What makes up a battery?

What supplies the potential difference…

The flow of electric charge

direction in which protons flow

multiple cells

batteries

What is electric current?

The flow of electric charge

What direction does charge flow?

direction in which protons flow

current electricity

static electricity vs Current electrici…

Electric circuit

load

the controlled flow of electrons through a conductor

static electricity involves the movement of electrons in an un…

a continuous path in which electrons can flow

the part of an electric circuit that converts electrical energ…

current electricity

the controlled flow of electrons through a conductor

static electricity vs Current electrici…

static electricity involves the movement of electrons in an un…