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Electricity and Magnetism 2
electric charges
electrically neutral
negatively charged (-)
positively charged (+)
tiny particles that carry units of electricity; can be positi…
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
matter that has more negative than positive charges
matter that has more positive charges than negative charges
electric charges
tiny particles that carry units of electricity; can be positi…
electrically neutral
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
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Electricity & Magnetism, Set 2
series circuit
parallel circuit
attract
force
a circuit with only one pathway for current flow
a circuit that splits into two or more pathways before coming…
to pull toward one another, as opposite poles of two magnets…
a push or pull
series circuit
a circuit with only one pathway for current flow
parallel circuit
a circuit that splits into two or more pathways before coming…
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Waves, Magnetism and Electricity 2
refraction
parallel circuit
compass
insulator
the bending of light waves
a circuit in which an electric current can travel in more tha…
a navigation instrument that always point North
material that does not conduct heat or electricity
refraction
the bending of light waves
parallel circuit
a circuit in which an electric current can travel in more tha…
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Electricity and Magnetism by 8-2
electric charge
positive
negative
attract
Sci: The charge of electricity on a physical property that ex…
Sci: The charge on a proton, or on an object that has had ele…
Sci: The charge on an electron, or on an object that has had…
Sci: Be pulled together... ELI5: Happens when two opposite ele…
electric charge
Sci: The charge of electricity on a physical property that ex…
positive
Sci: The charge on a proton, or on an object that has had ele…
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Electricity and Magnetism - Chapter 2
electric field
static electricity
friction
conduction
the field around charged particles that exerts a force on oth…
a buildup of charges on an object (p 49)
a force that is exerted when two substances are rubbed togeth…
a method of charging an object by allowing electrons to flow…
electric field
the field around charged particles that exerts a force on oth…
static electricity
a buildup of charges on an object (p 49)
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Electricity and Magnetism - Chapter 2
electric field
static electricity
friction
conduction
the field around charged particles that exerts a force on oth…
a buildup of charges on an object (p 49)
a force that is exerted when two substances are rubbed togeth…
a method of charging an object by allowing electrons to flow…
electric field
the field around charged particles that exerts a force on oth…
static electricity
a buildup of charges on an object (p 49)
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Electricity and Magnetism 2
electric charges
electrically neutral
negatively charged (-)
positively charged (+)
tiny particles that carry units of electricity; can be positi…
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
matter that has more negative than positive charges
matter that has more positive charges than negative charges
electric charges
tiny particles that carry units of electricity; can be positi…
electrically neutral
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
11 terms
Magnetism and Electricity Week 2
Electricity
Electric Current
Electric Circuit
Energy Source
A form of energy resulting from the existence of charged part…
The continuous flow of electric charges through a material.
A complete, unbroken path through which charges can flow.
A circuit must have an energy source to push a charge through…
Electricity
A form of energy resulting from the existence of charged part…
Electric Current
The continuous flow of electric charges through a material.
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Electricity and Magnetism Ch. 2 Magnetism
alternating current
aurora
direct current
electromagnet
electric current that changes its direction repeatedly.
light display that occurs when charged particles trapped in t…
electric current that flows only in one direction.
magnet created by wrapping a current-carrying wire around an…
alternating current
electric current that changes its direction repeatedly.
aurora
light display that occurs when charged particles trapped in t…
Chp. 2 Electricity and Magnetism
electric force
electric field
static electricity
conservation of charge
the attraction or repulsion between electric charges
the region around a charged object where the object's electri…
a buildup of charges on an object
the law that states that charges are neither created nor dest…
electric force
the attraction or repulsion between electric charges
electric field
the region around a charged object where the object's electri…
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electricity and magnetism 2
compass
conductor
Current
Electricity
a tool that shows direction
electrons or energy are able to move through material easily
the flow of electric charge
energy that results from the position or movement of electric…
compass
a tool that shows direction
conductor
electrons or energy are able to move through material easily
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Electricity and Magnetism #2
electric charges
electrically neutral
negatively charged (-)
positively charged (+)
tiny particles that carry units of electricity; can be positi…
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
matter that has more negative than positive charges
matter that has more positive charges than negative charges
electric charges
tiny particles that carry units of electricity; can be positi…
electrically neutral
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
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Electricity and Magnetism Study Guide 2
Electromagnets can be powerful
Doctors use electromagnets
Recyclers use them
Electromagnets are used in machines su…
They attract iron, steel, nickel, and cobalt
to remove iron splinters from patients
to separate scrap metals
tape players, bells, motors, buzzers, loud speakers, garbage…
Electromagnets can be powerful
They attract iron, steel, nickel, and cobalt
Doctors use electromagnets
to remove iron splinters from patients
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Electricity and Magnetism #2
gap
code
long-distance
filament
the space between the steel strip and the electromagnet
a set of signals that represents letters or words for sending…
something that is far away
the part of the bulb that gets hot and produces light
gap
the space between the steel strip and the electromagnet
code
a set of signals that represents letters or words for sending…
Physics GRE 2. Electricity and Magnetism
2.1 Divergence of E
2.2 Curl of E
2.3 Force on a charge
2.4 Field/Potential Relation
2.1 Divergence of E
2.2 Curl of E
Magnetism and Electricity 2.2
Electric potential
Potential difference
Voltage
Ohm's law
The potential energy per unit of electric charge.
The difference in electrical charge between two points in a c…
Potential difference.
R= V/I
Electric potential
The potential energy per unit of electric charge.
Potential difference
The difference in electrical charge between two points in a c…
Electricity and Magnetism: Chapter 2 - Electricity
atom
element
nucleus
neutron
Smallest unit of matter that retains the properties of an ele…
A pure substance made of only one kind of atom.
An atom's central region, which is made up of protons and neu…
A subatomic particle that has no charge and that is found in…
atom
Smallest unit of matter that retains the properties of an ele…
element
A pure substance made of only one kind of atom.
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electricity and magnetism 2
parallel circuit
series circuit
circuit
electric cell
a circuit that has more than one path along which current can…
a circuit that only has one path for current to travel
the path that is made for an electric current
a battery that supplies energy to move charges through a circ…
parallel circuit
a circuit that has more than one path along which current can…
series circuit
a circuit that only has one path for current to travel
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Magnetism and Electricity Investigation 2
D-cell
battery
electricity source
electricity receiver
source of electricity
refers to more than one cell, but most people use the words b…
provides the energy to light the bulb
a component that uses the electricity from the source to make…
D-cell
source of electricity
battery
refers to more than one cell, but most people use the words b…
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Electricity and Magnetism 2
What is static electricty?
When an object gains or loses electric…
You have two balloons. One of the ball…
What will happen if you bring two obje…
Static electricity is the build up of charges on an object.
When an object gains or loses electrical charges, it will bec…
They have different charges.
The balloons will repel each other.
What is static electricty?
Static electricity is the build up of charges on an object.
When an object gains or loses electric…
When an object gains or loses electrical charges, it will bec…
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Electricity and Magnetism Ch. 2 Magnetism
alternating current
aurora
direct current
electromagnet
electric current that changes its direction repeatedly.
light display that occurs when charged particles trapped in t…
electric current that flows only in one direction.
magnet created by wrapping a current-carrying wire around an…
alternating current
electric current that changes its direction repeatedly.
aurora
light display that occurs when charged particles trapped in t…
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Electricity & Magnetism: Set 2
Series Circuit
Parallel Circuit
Magnet
Magnetism
A circuit that has only one path through which electricity ca…
A circuit that has more than one path through which electrici…
An object that is able to attract iron.
The pushing or pulling force caused by a magnet.
Series Circuit
A circuit that has only one path through which electricity ca…
Parallel Circuit
A circuit that has more than one path through which electrici…
Electricity&Magnetism2
Conductors
Ex of Conductors
Insulator
Ex of Insulator
materials that allows electrons to flow easily throw them
metal
materials that do not allow electrons to easily flow throw them
plastic covering, rubber, wood
Conductors
materials that allows electrons to flow easily throw them
Ex of Conductors
metal
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Electricity and magnetism part 2
electromagnetism
solenoid
electromagnet
galvanometer
relationship between electricity and magnetism
coil of wire with a current; the two ends of the solenoid act…
solenoid with a ferromagnetic core
device that measures small currents
electromagnetism
relationship between electricity and magnetism
solenoid
coil of wire with a current; the two ends of the solenoid act…
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Chapter 2 - Electricity and Magnetism
Circuit
Conductor
Electrical energy
Electric current
a loop or unbroken path through which electric charges can flow
a material through which an electric charge can move easily
the movement of electric charges
an electric charge in motion
Circuit
a loop or unbroken path through which electric charges can flow
Conductor
a material through which an electric charge can move easily
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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
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Electricity and Magnetism
Static Electricity
parallel circuit
series circuit
electromagnet
the imbalance of positive or negative charges between objects
two or more paths in which an electric charge can flow
a simple circular path in which an electric current flows onl…
a coil of wire that creates a magnetic field when current mov…
Static Electricity
the imbalance of positive or negative charges between objects
parallel circuit
two or more paths in which an electric charge can flow
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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
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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
5 terms
3.2 Electricity, magnetism, and motion
Energy
Electrical energy
Mechanical energy
Galvanometer
the ability to move an object some distance
the energy of moving electrical charges
the energy an object has due to its movement or position
a device that uses an electromagnet to detect small amounts o…
Energy
the ability to move an object some distance
Electrical energy
the energy of moving electrical charges
11 terms
Vocabulary 4.2 Magnetism and Electricity
Electricity
Electric Current
Electric Circuit
Energy Source
A form of energy resulting from the existence of charged part…
The continuous flow of electric charges through a material.
A complete, unbroken path through which charges can flow.
A circuit must have an energy source to push a charge through…
Electricity
A form of energy resulting from the existence of charged part…
Electric Current
The continuous flow of electric charges through a material.
15 terms
Chapter 2 Electricity and Magnetism
magnet
magnetic domain
magnetic poles
magnetic field
a metal with a magnetic attraction (could be made of magnetite)
A region in which the magnetic fields of all atoms are lined…
two ends of a magnet where the magnetic forces are strongest
The area of magnetic force around a magnet(can exist through…
magnet
a metal with a magnetic attraction (could be made of magnetite)
magnetic domain
A region in which the magnetic fields of all atoms are lined…
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2-3 Electricity and Magnetism
Insulator, Resistor
Alternating current
Capacitor
Magnetic
Inhibits the flow of electrons
Electrons oscillating back and forth
Stores electric charges
Has ability to attract iron
Insulator, Resistor
Inhibits the flow of electrons
Alternating current
Electrons oscillating back and forth
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Magnetism and Electricity 1-2, Magnetism & Electricity 1-1
permanent magnet
temporary magnet
induced magnetism
force
an object that is always attracted to iron, nickel, and cobalt
iron that behaves like a magnet when it's touching a permanen…
power of a permanent magnet's magnetic field on a piece of iron
a push or pull
permanent magnet
an object that is always attracted to iron, nickel, and cobalt
temporary magnet
iron that behaves like a magnet when it's touching a permanen…
Electricity and Magnetism
electrically neutral
repel
attract
static electricity
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
push away from each other ... *LIKE charges push away from each…
pull toward each other... *UNLIKE charges pull toward each other
electric charge that BUILDS UP on a material; static discharg…
electrically neutral
matter that has the same number of positive and negative char…
repel
push away from each other ... *LIKE charges push away from each…
2-2 Electricity and Magnetism
Electric Potential
Potential Difference
Voltage
Ohms's Law
The electric potential energy per unit charge
the difference in electrical charge between two places measur…
The potential difference measured by a voltmeter
R= V/I
Electric Potential
The electric potential energy per unit charge
Potential Difference
the difference in electrical charge between two places measur…
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3.2 Electricity, Magnetism, and Motion
Energy
Electrical energy
Mechanical energy
Galvanometer
the ability to move an object some distance
the energy of moving electrical charges
the energy an object has due to its movement or position
a device that uses an electromagnet to detect small amounts o…
Energy
the ability to move an object some distance
Electrical energy
the energy of moving electrical charges
Magnetism and Electricity part 2
Components of a telegraph
Who invented the telegraph?
What was the telegraph used for?
What did Ben Franklin invent?
electromagnet... wires... switch (key)... steel strip... electricity sour…
Samuel Morse
to improve long distance communication
Lightning rods to protect buildings and homes from lightning
Components of a telegraph
electromagnet... wires... switch (key)... steel strip... electricity sour…
Who invented the telegraph?
Samuel Morse
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Electricity and Magnetism 2
Electric field lines go ____ from a po…
Field lines are ____ distributed
Field is proportional to ___
Field lines are a ____ way of expressi…
radially outward, radially inward
uniformly
the number of field lines per area
geometric, the physics of Coulomb's law
Electric field lines go ____ from a po…
radially outward, radially inward
Field lines are ____ distributed
uniformly
Electricity and Magnetism Vocab. (2)
current
resistance
voltage
voltage
a continuous flow of electricity
measure of how easily charges flow through a substance or dev…
the difference in electric potential between two points in an…
expressed in volts
current
a continuous flow of electricity
resistance
measure of how easily charges flow through a substance or dev…
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Electricity and Magnetism Ch. 2
Circuit
Series Circuit
Parallel Circuit
Fuse
complete path through which electricity can flow. Electricity…
a circuit that contains only one path for the electrons to ta…
a circuit that contains several paths for electrons to take.
thin metal strip that breaks when the current becomes too hig…
Circuit
complete path through which electricity can flow. Electricity…
Series Circuit
a circuit that contains only one path for the electrons to ta…
Electricity and Magnetism 2
electric circuit
switch
ampere
ammeter
closed path along which charged particles can flow
device for making, breaking, or changing the connections in a…
the unit for electric current
device that measures electric current
electric circuit
closed path along which charged particles can flow
switch
device for making, breaking, or changing the connections in a…
20 terms
Magnetism and Electricity
magnet
magnetic
attract
repel
something made of iron or steel that is attracted to substanc…
when an object attracts or repels a magnet
what happens when unlike poles pull together
what happens when pole push away from each other
magnet
something made of iron or steel that is attracted to substanc…
magnetic
when an object attracts or repels a magnet
15 terms
Electricity and Magnetism 2
current
resistance
voltage/potential difference
magnet
a continuous flow of electricity; the rate charges pass a giv…
measure of how easily charges flow through a substance or dev…
the difference in electric potential between two points in an…
any material that attracts iron or materials containing iron
current
a continuous flow of electricity; the rate charges pass a giv…
resistance
measure of how easily charges flow through a substance or dev…
15 terms
Electricity and Magnetism pt. 2
current
resistance
voltage/potential difference
magnet
a continuous flow of electricity; the rate charges pass a giv…
measure of how easily charges flow through a substance or dev…
the difference in electric potential between two points in an…
any material that attracts iron or materials containing iron
current
a continuous flow of electricity; the rate charges pass a giv…
resistance
measure of how easily charges flow through a substance or dev…
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Magnetism and Electricity - Investigations 2 & 3
negative charge
positive charge
static electricity
electron
the charge of an electron (occurs when an object has extra el…
the charge of an atom's nucleus (occurs when an object loses…
positive and negative charges that are separated from each ot…
a tiny particle with negative charge that goes around the nuc…
negative charge
the charge of an electron (occurs when an object has extra el…
positive charge
the charge of an atom's nucleus (occurs when an object loses…
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Electricity & Magnetism
nucleus
electricty
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
electricty
when electrons move between atoms
25 terms
Electricity and Magnetism Ch. 2
Circuit
4 Parts of a Circuit
Resistor
Short circuit
Complete path through which electricity can flow ... -Electricit…
Voltage source, conductor, switch, electrical device
Is an electrical device that slows the flow of charge in a ci…
In an unintended path connecting on part of a circuit with an…
Circuit
Complete path through which electricity can flow ... -Electricit…
4 Parts of a Circuit
Voltage source, conductor, switch, electrical device
8 terms
Electricity/Magnetism
Electromagnet
Insulator
Conductor
Electric Current
form of energy, travel as waves, e g radio waves, IR, visible…
Material that does not conduct heat well
A material that heat flows through easily
the flow of electric charge
Electromagnet
form of energy, travel as waves, e g radio waves, IR, visible…
Insulator
Material that does not conduct heat well
81 terms
Physics GRE 2. Electricity and Magnetism
2.1 Divergence of E
2.2 Curl of E
2.3 Force on a charge
2.4 Field/Potential Relation
2.1 Divergence of E
2.2 Curl of E
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