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Electrical items Unit 2
dishwasher
washing machine
tumble dryer
hair dryer
dishwasher
washing machine
10 terms
Unit 2-Electrical & Thermal
Electrical Energy
Insulators
Conductors
Circuit
energy that travels through a circuit
block energy from passing
allow energy to flow
a path through which electricity travels
Electrical Energy
energy that travels through a circuit
Insulators
block energy from passing
9 terms
Unit 2-Electrical & Thermal
Electrical Energy
Insulators
Conductors
Circuit
energy that travels through a circuit
block energy from passing
allow energy to flow
a path through which electricity travels
Electrical Energy
energy that travels through a circuit
Insulators
block energy from passing
13 terms
Electrical items Unit 2
dishwasher
washing machine
tumble dryer
hair dryer
dishwasher
washing machine
19 terms
Electrical Connections Unit 2
electric current
resistance
electric circuit
battery
steady, or continuous, flow of charge
measure of a material's ability to limit the flow of electric…
path for electric current
device that converts chemical energy to electric energy or a…
electric current
steady, or continuous, flow of charge
resistance
measure of a material's ability to limit the flow of electric…
13 terms
Electrical Charge- Principle of Science Unit 2
static electricity
current electricity
Electricity
+ charge
a build up of excess electrical charge on an object
the flow of e- through a material
energy due to the movement of electrons through a material
material with an excess of protons (+)... protons=positive
static electricity
a build up of excess electrical charge on an object
current electricity
the flow of e- through a material
40 terms
Unit 2.2 - Electrical Communication
Reflex
Sensory Neurons
Motor Neurons
Interneurons
Nerve impulses from a receptor to the effector without passin…
Carry impulses from outside and inside the body to the brain…
Carry responses impulses from the brain and spinal cord to mu…
Connect sensory neurons and motor neurons and carry impulses…
Reflex
Nerve impulses from a receptor to the effector without passin…
Sensory Neurons
Carry impulses from outside and inside the body to the brain…
15 terms
Unit 2: Electricity terms
Chemical Energy
Chemical Reaction
Electrochemical Cell
Electrode
that part of the energy in a substance that can be released b…
the process by which one or more substances change to produce…
device that changes chemical energy into electrical energy
a conductor used to make electrical contact with some part of…
Chemical Energy
that part of the energy in a substance that can be released b…
Chemical Reaction
the process by which one or more substances change to produce…
6 terms
Unit 2. Reviews - Electrical products
cutting edge (adj)
clunky (adj)
intuitive (adj)
slick (adj)
very new, the latest technology
Awkward, solid, heavy - hard to use
Technology which is easy to use without instruction
Something which operates quickly and easily
cutting edge (adj)
very new, the latest technology
clunky (adj)
Awkward, solid, heavy - hard to use
11 terms
unit 2 electrical items
electrical items
dishwasher
electric razor
food processor
elektrisch voorwerpen
afwasmachine
elektrisch scheerapparaat
keukenmachine
electrical items
elektrisch voorwerpen
dishwasher
afwasmachine
10 terms
Electrical items (Interactive 1 SB p12 Unit 2)
dishwasher
(electric) razor
food processor
freezer
dishwasher
(electric) razor
11 terms
Unit 2: Electrical Communication
Action Potential
Axon
Dendrite
Ion
A momentary reversal in electrical potential across a plasma…
A long nerve cell process that usually conducts impulses away…
Any of the usually branching protoplasmic processes that cond…
An atom or group of atoms that carries a positive or negative…
Action Potential
A momentary reversal in electrical potential across a plasma…
Axon
A long nerve cell process that usually conducts impulses away…
19 terms
Electricity, unit 2
department
workshop
canteen
main entrance
osasto
työpaja
ruokala
pääsisäänkäynti
department
osasto
workshop
työpaja
25 terms
2 Fundamentals of Electricity: Unit 2 - Electrical Quantities and Ohm's Law
Conventional current flow theory consi…
Electron current flow theory considers…
Volts, amps and ohms are the _____ eve…
It takes a certain amount of liquid to…
positive to negative
negative to positive
same
liter; electrons
Conventional current flow theory consi…
positive to negative
Electron current flow theory considers…
negative to positive
30 terms
Unit 2 - Electrical properties
Is there more sodium on the outside or…
Is there more potassium on the outside…
membrane potential
Sodium-Potassium pump
Outside
Inside
Difference in concentration of Na and K ions between the insi…
Pumps 3 Na+ out for every 2 Na+ pumped in... 1: 3 Na+ ions bind,…
Is there more sodium on the outside or…
Outside
Is there more potassium on the outside…
Inside
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UNIT 2 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
ELECTRON
PROTON
ALTERNATING CURRENT
CLOSED CIRCUIT
negatively charged particle in orbit around the nucleus
positively charged particle in the nucleus of the atom
flow of electrons that changes direction
circuit is on
ELECTRON
negatively charged particle in orbit around the nucleus
PROTON
positively charged particle in the nucleus of the atom
19 terms
Physics Unit 2 - Electricity
Circuit
electricity
insulators
conductors
a complete, unbroken path through which electric charges can…
A form of energy resulting from the movement of electrons.
materials that prevent electric charges from flowing through…
materials that allow electric charges to flow through them ea…
Circuit
a complete, unbroken path through which electric charges can…
electricity
A form of energy resulting from the movement of electrons.
Electricity Unit 2 Science
Positive Net Charge
Negative Net Charge
Neutral Net Charge
Like Charges
More Protons Than Electrons, Neutrons Don't Matter
More Electrons Than Protons, Neutrons Don't Matter
Same Number Of Protons and Electrons, Neutrons Don't Matter
These Charges Repel. Repulsive Electric Force
Positive Net Charge
More Protons Than Electrons, Neutrons Don't Matter
Negative Net Charge
More Electrons Than Protons, Neutrons Don't Matter
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Unit 2 Electrical Communication vocab
action potential
axon
dendrite
ion
the change in electrical potential associated with the passag…
the long threadlike part of a nerve cell along which impulses…
a short branched extension of a nerve cell, along which impul…
atom or a molecule in which the total number of electrons is…
action potential
the change in electrical potential associated with the passag…
axon
the long threadlike part of a nerve cell along which impulses…
23 terms
Unit 2: Electricity and Magnetism
static electricity
conductor
insulators
charge through contact
a build-up of charge
materials in which electrons are able to move easily
materials in which electrons are not able to move easily
occurs when a transfer of charge is made by touching or rubbing
static electricity
a build-up of charge
conductor
materials in which electrons are able to move easily
42 terms
Physical Science Unit 2 - Magnetism & Electricity
magnetism
Poles
attract
repel
Attractive and repulsive forces between objects, produced by…
The ends of a magnet. Opposites attract and likes repel.
Two magnets pulling towards each other. North and south poles…
Two magnets pushing away from each other. North and North pol…
magnetism
Attractive and repulsive forces between objects, produced by…
Poles
The ends of a magnet. Opposites attract and likes repel.
UNIT 2 --------- ELECTRICITY
circuit
conductor
insulator
anode
a complete pathway for electricity the flow through
a generally metallic substance that allowse electricity to fl…
a substance that does not allow electrons to flow through it
a negative terminal
circuit
a complete pathway for electricity the flow through
conductor
a generally metallic substance that allowse electricity to fl…
13 terms
Electricity Vocab Unit 2
Knife Switch
Receiver
Ohms
Alternating Current
A device that safely and easily opens a circuit to stop the f…
A resistor that produces the work of current.
A unit of measure of resistance.
Current created by a generator that turns back and forth.
Knife Switch
A device that safely and easily opens a circuit to stop the f…
Receiver
A resistor that produces the work of current.
18 terms
That's Electric Unit 2: Electricity & Magnetism
nucleus
electricity
current electricity
protons
the center of an atom
when electrons move between atoms
the flow of charges
the part of an atom that has a positive charge
nucleus
the center of an atom
electricity
when electrons move between atoms
26 terms
Unit 2 - Electricity and Magnetism
magnet
lightning
electrons
magnetism
an object that attracts, or pulls on, certain materials, main…
when negative charges jump from the clouds to the ground
a negative charge that moves very quickly around the center o…
a magnet's property of attracting iron and steel
magnet
an object that attracts, or pulls on, certain materials, main…
lightning
when negative charges jump from the clouds to the ground
23 terms
Unit 2 - Electricity
Electric Charge
Protons
Neutrons
Electrons
A property that causes subatomic particles such as protons an…
Positively charged particles
The particles of the nucleus that have no charge
Negatively charged particles
Electric Charge
A property that causes subatomic particles such as protons an…
Protons
Positively charged particles
23 terms
Electricity Unit 2 Power and Energy
Conductor
Circular Mil Area (CMA)
Mil
Insulation
pathways that allow electrons to flow through an electrical c…
the common way to express the cross sectional area of a condu…
1/1000 of an inch or .0001
Materials with only a few free electrons that do not conduct…
Conductor
pathways that allow electrons to flow through an electrical c…
Circular Mil Area (CMA)
the common way to express the cross sectional area of a condu…
32 terms
Fusion Unit 2: Electricity
electric charge
proton
electron
neutron
a property of a particle that affects how it behaves around o…
part of the nucleus of an atom, has positive (+) charge.
not a part of the nucleus but still part of an atom, has nega…
part of the nucleus of an atom, has a neutral/no charge.
electric charge
a property of a particle that affects how it behaves around o…
proton
part of the nucleus of an atom, has positive (+) charge.
22 terms
HBS Unit 2.2 : Neurons : Electrical Communication
Dendrite
Cell body
Axon
Myelin Sheath
Receives stimulation from other neural cells (sensing/listeni…
Information from dendrites converges/merges
Conducts an electric impulse (action potential)
Insulating coat of cell membrane; Increases the speed at whic…
Dendrite
Receives stimulation from other neural cells (sensing/listeni…
Cell body
Information from dendrites converges/merges
27 terms
Unit 2: Electricity & Electronics
electron
atoms
proton
conductor
negatively charged particle found in all atoms
basic components that make up all matter
positive charge
material that allows electricity to easily flow
electron
negatively charged particle found in all atoms
atoms
basic components that make up all matter
16 terms
Unit 2 - Electricity
Electricity
Electrons
Static
A light bulb
is a form of energy and happens when electrons move through o…
are the negatively charged particles that flow through matter…
is charged particles that are stored and contained.
is an example of electricity being converted into light and h…
Electricity
is a form of energy and happens when electrons move through o…
Electrons
are the negatively charged particles that flow through matter…
Unit 2- Electricity
Where electricity comes from
The ability to do work
Individual items in a circuit
Anything that uses electricity to do s…
electricity source
energy
components
electricity receiver
Where electricity comes from
electricity source
The ability to do work
energy
42 terms
AQA Unit 2 GCSE Physics Circuits and Electricity
Proton
Neutral particle
Negatively charged particle
Conductor
Positively charged particle
Neutron
Electron
Materials that contain charged particles that are free to move
Proton
Positively charged particle
Neutral particle
Neutron
IGCSE Physics Unit 2 Electricity
Charge Induction
Static electron charge
Insulator
Conductors
Positive protons in the wall are attracted to the surface and…
- electrons can be transferred from one material to another... -…
Electrons in insulators are not are not free to move. By rubb…
Metals have delocalised electrons. This means they are free t…
Charge Induction
Positive protons in the wall are attracted to the surface and…
Static electron charge
- electrons can be transferred from one material to another... -…
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Fusion - Unit 2 Heat and Electricity
atoms
protons
electrons
neutrons
the building blocks of all matter
positively charged tiny particles that make up atoms
negatively charged tiny particles that make up atoms
neutrally charged tiny particles that make up atoms
atoms
the building blocks of all matter
protons
positively charged tiny particles that make up atoms
18 terms
Unit 2.2- Electric Current
Electric Current
Ampere (Amp)
Electric Circuit
Closed circuit
the continuous flow of charges through a material
the rate of electric current
a complete, unbroken path in which charges can continuously f…
a "complete" circuit
Electric Current
the continuous flow of charges through a material
Ampere (Amp)
the rate of electric current
Unit 2 Waves, Electricity, Magnetism
Pitch
Infrasound
Ultrasound
Resonance
How high or low a sound is
Sound waves with frequencies below 20 Hz.
Sound waves with frequencies above 20,000 Hz.
A phenomenon that occurs when two objects naturally vibrate a…
Pitch
How high or low a sound is
Infrasound
Sound waves with frequencies below 20 Hz.
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AQA Unit 2 GCSE Physics Circuits and Electricity
Proton
Neutral particle
Negatively charged particle
Conductor
Positively charged particle
Neutron
Electron
Materials that contain charged particles that are free to move
Proton
Positively charged particle
Neutral particle
Neutron
30 terms
Physics Unit 2: Practical Electrical and Electronic Circuits
What is the purpose of a fuse in a cir…
What is the rule for current in a seri…
What is the rule for voltage in a seri…
What is the rule for current in a para…
To protect the wiring from overheating if a fault occurs.
The current is the same everywhere in the circuit.... Is=I₁=I₂=I…
The voltage across the components adds up to the voltage acro…
The current through the components adds up to the current thr…
What is the purpose of a fuse in a cir…
To protect the wiring from overheating if a fault occurs.
What is the rule for current in a seri…
The current is the same everywhere in the circuit.... Is=I₁=I₂=I…
25 terms
Unit 2 waves, electricity, and magnetism
Pitch
Infrasound
Ultrasound
Resonance
A tone's experienced highness or lowness; depends on frequency.
Sound waves with frequencies below 20 Hz.
Sound waves with frequencies above 20,000 Hz.
A phenomenon that occurs when two objects naturally vibrate a…
Pitch
A tone's experienced highness or lowness; depends on frequency.
Infrasound
Sound waves with frequencies below 20 Hz.
26 terms
Unit 2: Neurophysiology (Electrical signals and the movement of ions)
How do neurons transmit electrical imp…
Electrical gradient
Osmotic pressure gradients
As osmotic pressure increases what hap…
Via energy stored as an electro-chemical gradient (depends on…
differences in change between the inside and outside of the c…
differences in concentration across membranes, molecules move…
Also increases
How do neurons transmit electrical imp…
Via energy stored as an electro-chemical gradient (depends on…
Electrical gradient
differences in change between the inside and outside of the c…
14 terms
Unit 2: LG 4 Electricity
Electrons have a ________________ charge
Conduction
Polarization
Friction
Negative
Transfer of electrons by direct contact between materials tha…
Transfer of electrons through an electric field. Occurs witho…
Transfer of electrons due to friction between materials that…
Electrons have a ________________ charge
Negative
Conduction
Transfer of electrons by direct contact between materials tha…
Unit 2 waves, electricity, and magnetism
Pitch
Infrasound
Ultrasound
Resonance
How high or low a sound is
Sound waves with frequencies below 20 Hz.
Sound waves with frequencies above 20,000 Hz.
A phenomenon that occurs when two objects naturally vibrate a…
Pitch
How high or low a sound is
Infrasound
Sound waves with frequencies below 20 Hz.
8 terms
Unit 2 electrical quantities and ohm's law
Ampere (amp)
Coulomb
Voltage (volts)
Ohm
A measurement of the actual amount of electricity that flows…
Is a quantity measurement of electrons.
Electromotive force (EMF). The force that pushes the electron…
Is the measure of resistance to the flow of current
Ampere (amp)
A measurement of the actual amount of electricity that flows…
Coulomb
Is a quantity measurement of electrons.
34 terms
Physics Unit 2 - Electrical Circuits
What is electric current?
How is current measured?
What is potential difference?
How is P.D measured?
The flow of electrons/charge through a circuit
By an ammeter
(voltage)... The work done per coulomb of charge that passes thr…
By a voltmeter... Taken from 2 different points because it calcu…
What is electric current?
The flow of electrons/charge through a circuit
How is current measured?
By an ammeter
2 Fundamentals of Electricity: Unit 2 - Electrical Quantities and Ohm's Law
Conventional current flow theory consi…
Electron current flow theory considers…
Volts, amps and ohms are the _____ eve…
It takes a certain amount of liquid to…
positive to negative
negative to positive
same
liter; electrons
Conventional current flow theory consi…
positive to negative
Electron current flow theory considers…
negative to positive
22 terms
HBS Unit 2.2 : Neurons : Electrical Communication
Dendrite
Cell body
Axon
Myelin Sheath
Receives stimulation from other neural cells (sensing/listeni…
Information from dendrites converges/merges
Conducts an electric impulse (action potential)
Insulating coat of cell membrane; Increases the speed at whic…
Dendrite
Receives stimulation from other neural cells (sensing/listeni…
Cell body
Information from dendrites converges/merges
18 terms
Unit 2: Electricity
Energy
tempeture
joule
kenitic energy
Ability To Cause Change
Messurement of how hot or cold something is
Unit To Mesure Heat
Energy In Motion
Energy
Ability To Cause Change
tempeture
Messurement of how hot or cold something is
8 terms
Unit 2 - Electrical Principles - DC Circuits
Electrical Current
Electron Flow
Coulomb
Potential Difference
Flow of charged particles through a material of vacuum
Flow from negative to positive terminals in a circuit
The amount of charge that passes a point in a conductor in 1…
When 1 joule of Electrical Energy is converted into other for…
Electrical Current
Flow of charged particles through a material of vacuum
Electron Flow
Flow from negative to positive terminals in a circuit
49 terms
electricity unit 2
Static electricity
Proton
Electron
Charge seperation
Electricity that doesn't move, only builds up. ... Produced when…
A larger subatomic particle that can't move. If there are mor…
A small subatomic particle that can move from atom to atom. I…
When electrons and protons separate. Caused when neutral obje…
Static electricity
Electricity that doesn't move, only builds up. ... Produced when…
Proton
A larger subatomic particle that can't move. If there are mor…
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