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Physical Science Static electricity
All matter is made up of
Particles in the Atom that have charge
Particles in the atom that can move fr…
Particles in the Nucleus that can not…
Atoms
Protons and Electrons
Electrons
Protons and Neutrons
All matter is made up of
Atoms
Particles in the Atom that have charge
Protons and Electrons
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Physical Science: Static Electricity
Charge by friction
Charge by induction
Charge by conduction
Polarization
charge an object by rubbing it together
induce a charge into an object
charging an object by grounding it
The process of separating charge with another object (object…
Charge by friction
charge an object by rubbing it together
Charge by induction
induce a charge into an object
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Physical Science: Static Electricity
What 3 things does a circu have to hav…
What are three ways to transfer enegery?
What are three principles of electrici…
Opposite charges?
Power source, path of conductors, resistance.
Induction, friction, contact.
Opposites attract, like charges repel, only electrons move (n…
Attract
What 3 things does a circu have to hav…
Power source, path of conductors, resistance.
What are three ways to transfer enegery?
Induction, friction, contact.
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PHYSICAL SCIENCE - ELECTRICITY - "Electric Charge and Static Electricity"
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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PHYSICAL SCIENCE - ELECTRICITY - "Electric Charge and Static Electricity"
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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Physical Science Chapter 20 (Static Electricity)
Ben Franklin
coulombs
f
q
said that there are 2 types of charges and the like ones repe…
force in newtons
charge in coulombs
Ben Franklin
said that there are 2 types of charges and the like ones repe…
coulombs
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Physical Science-Walstra-Static Electricity
how is an object positively charged
what do charge objects do to uncharged…
how can you find the charge of an object
what is it called when 2 neutral objec…
more protons than electrons
they attract because the charges in the neutral object separa…
charge and object you know the charge of and compare it... ex. A…
friction
how is an object positively charged
more protons than electrons
what do charge objects do to uncharged…
they attract because the charges in the neutral object separa…
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Physical Science - CH 8 - Static and current electricity
not be created or destroyed
four times as strong
all of these:... a. electric charge;... b. e…
neither of these... a. one and the same i…
When we say charge is conserved, we men that charge can...
When a pair of charged particles are brought twice as close t…
An electric field surrounds all...
Electric potential and electric potential energy are...
not be created or destroyed
When we say charge is conserved, we men that charge can...
four times as strong
When a pair of charged particles are brought twice as close t…
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Science Physics 2A- Static electricity and Circuits
Static
Positive and negative charges
Like charges
Opposite charges
Caused by friction between insulating materials. When they ar…
Produced by the movement of ELECTRONS in static. Positive cha…
Repel each other.
Attract to each other.
Static
Caused by friction between insulating materials. When they ar…
Positive and negative charges
Produced by the movement of ELECTRONS in static. Positive cha…
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Conceptual Physical Science - Chapter 8 - Static and Current Electricity
Alternating Current (ac)
Ampere
Conductor
Coulomb
Electric current that repeatedly reverses its direction; the…
The unit of electric current; the rate of flow of 1 coulomb o…
Any material having free charged particles that easily flow t…
The SI unit of electric charge. 1 Coulomb (symbol C) is equal…
Alternating Current (ac)
Electric current that repeatedly reverses its direction; the…
Ampere
The unit of electric current; the rate of flow of 1 coulomb o…
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Physics-Electricity-Static Electricity
Electric Charge
Conductor
Insulator
Point Discharge
Indictes if a body has an excess or a deficiancy of electrons
Any substance through which electric charge can flow
Any substance through which electric charge cannot flow
Point discharge is a phenomenon where ions in the air are eit…
Electric Charge
Indictes if a body has an excess or a deficiancy of electrons
Conductor
Any substance through which electric charge can flow
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Intro to Physics- Static Electricity
proton
electron
neutron
Charge
positive charge - located in the nucleus of the atom
negative charge - orbits the nucleus of the atom
neutral charge - located in the nucleus of the atom
electrical property that attracts or repels other subatomic p…
proton
positive charge - located in the nucleus of the atom
electron
negative charge - orbits the nucleus of the atom
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Physical science test 4 ( static electricity and refraction)
Charge of protons neutrons and electrons
what do positive charged objects have…
protons and neutrons (opposites).....
protons and protons or electrons and e…
proton: positive... neutron: negative... electrons; no charge
more protons
attract
repel
Charge of protons neutrons and electrons
proton: positive... neutron: negative... electrons; no charge
what do positive charged objects have…
more protons
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Science 9 Physics Chapter 1 Static Electricity
What is Static Electricity?
How does lightening occur?
Is it easier to move electrons or prot…
What charge will an atom have when it…
electric charge that is collected and held in one place
Lightning is the result of the clouds rubbing together in muc…
It is easier to move electrons because they are loosely held…
Positive
What is Static Electricity?
electric charge that is collected and held in one place
How does lightening occur?
Lightning is the result of the clouds rubbing together in muc…
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Science 9 Physics Chapter 1 Static Electricity
What is Static Electricity?
How does lightening occur?
Is it easier to move electrons or prot…
What charge will an atom have when it…
electric charge that is collected and held in one place
Lightning is the result of the clouds rubbing together in muc…
It is easier to move electrons because they are loosely held…
Positive
What is Static Electricity?
electric charge that is collected and held in one place
How does lightening occur?
Lightning is the result of the clouds rubbing together in muc…
Physical Science - Chapter 16 Lesson 1 - Electric Charge & Static Electricity
What do atoms contain?
How do charges interact?
What happens if 2 electrons or 2 proto…
What happens if a proton and an electr…
They contain charged particles called electrons & protons.
Charges that are the same repel each other. Charges that are…
They repel each other.
They attract one another.
What do atoms contain?
They contain charged particles called electrons & protons.
How do charges interact?
Charges that are the same repel each other. Charges that are…
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Static Electricity (Physics)
Static Charge
Discharged
Law of Electric Charges
Repulsion
An electric charge that builds up because of an imbalance bet…
To remove all excess static electric charge so that the objec…
Charged objects can exert a push or pull on one another.
When two objects push each other away... -Positively charged obj…
Static Charge
An electric charge that builds up because of an imbalance bet…
Discharged
To remove all excess static electric charge so that the objec…
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PHYSICS FINAL: Static Electricity
What are the particles that make up an…
What type of charge do protons have?
What type of charge do neutrons have?
What type of charge do electrons have?
Protons, Electrons, Neutrons
Positive charge
No charge
Negative charge
What are the particles that make up an…
Protons, Electrons, Neutrons
What type of charge do protons have?
Positive charge
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Science 4: Static Electricity
repel
proton
electron
static electricity
Like charges push away
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is f…
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge found orbitin…
A buildup of charges on an object, generally caused by two ob…
repel
Like charges push away
proton
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is f…
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Physics: Static Electricity
Neutral
Coulomb's law
Grounding
Electrostatics
An atom is said to be ___ if the positive charge of the nucle…
States that the magnitude of the force between charge qA and…
The process of connecting a body to Earth to eliminate excess…
The study of electric charge that can be collected and hel in…
Neutral
An atom is said to be ___ if the positive charge of the nucle…
Coulomb's law
States that the magnitude of the force between charge qA and…
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Science 9 (static electricity)
Static Electricity
Lightning
When does Static Charge occur?
Law of Attraction and Repulsion
Electricity that stays in one place and builds up charge
An example of static electricity
When electrons build up on something
Like charges repel each other and opposite charges attract
Static Electricity
Electricity that stays in one place and builds up charge
Lightning
An example of static electricity
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Physics Static Electricity
electrostatics
neutral
insulator
conductor
the study of electric charges that can be collected and held…
an object whose positive charges are exactly balanced by its…
a material through which charge will not move easily
a material through which a charge will move easily
electrostatics
the study of electric charges that can be collected and held…
neutral
an object whose positive charges are exactly balanced by its…
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Physics Static Electricity
Rub two different insulating materials…
1. Electrons (negatively charged) move
2. Material that loses electrons =>
3. Material gains electrons =>
Electrically charged
from one material to other
Positively charged
Negatively charged
Rub two different insulating materials…
Electrically charged
1. Electrons (negatively charged) move
from one material to other
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Physics Static Electricity Vocab
Neutral
Coulomb's Law
Grounding
Electrostatics
An atom is said to be ___ if the positive charge of the nucle…
___ states that the magnitude of the force between charge a a…
___ is the process of connecting a body to Earth to eliminate…
The study of electric charges that can be collected and held…
Neutral
An atom is said to be ___ if the positive charge of the nucle…
Coulomb's Law
___ states that the magnitude of the force between charge a a…
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science- Static and Current Electricity
Positive charge
Negative charge
Static electricity
Force between charged objects
more protons than electrons
more electrons than protons
object becomeselectrically charge
2 polythene rods, 1 perspex rod, woollen cloth, retort stand…
Positive charge
more protons than electrons
Negative charge
more electrons than protons
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physics electric charge and static electricity
difference between magnetic poles and…
electric field
when a charges particle is place in th…
electric field diagram arrows in the d…
magnetic poles cannot exist alone, electric charges can
an electric charge exerts a force through its electric field
it is pushed or pulled
its force exerted on an imaginary positive charge
difference between magnetic poles and…
magnetic poles cannot exist alone, electric charges can
electric field
an electric charge exerts a force through its electric field
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Physics: Electricity (static & current)
Static electricity
Current electricity
Conductor
Insulator
Build-up of electrons from a surface rubbed on to another sur…
Flow of electrons flowing through a conductor from a battery…
A substance which allows the flow of electrons eg. Metals
A substance which doesn't easily allow the flow of electrons…
Static electricity
Build-up of electrons from a surface rubbed on to another sur…
Current electricity
Flow of electrons flowing through a conductor from a battery…
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Physics Static Electricity
Antimatter
Antiproton
Positron
Antineutron
Matter made up of particles with the same mass as regular mas…
A particle with the same mass as a proton, but a negative cha…
A particle with the same mass as an electron, but a positive…
A particle with the same mass as a neutron, but that does not…
Antimatter
Matter made up of particles with the same mass as regular mas…
Antiproton
A particle with the same mass as a proton, but a negative cha…
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Physics 1 Static Electricity
Charge By Conduction
Charge By Friction
Conductors
Electrons
Creating a charge by allowing electrons to flow to a material…
The transfer of electrons from one material to another by rip…
Materials that allow the flow of electrons
The small, negatively-charged, subatomic particle transferred…
Charge By Conduction
Creating a charge by allowing electrons to flow to a material…
Charge By Friction
The transfer of electrons from one material to another by rip…
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Physics AC & Static Electricity
What are the three things needed to ge…
What can you do to increase the amount…
What are thermal power stations usuall…
What is the national grid?
magnet... coil of wire... movement
increase the rate of movement... increase the strength of the ma…
electromagnetic induction
a network of pylons and cables that connect power stations, i…
What are the three things needed to ge…
magnet... coil of wire... movement
What can you do to increase the amount…
increase the rate of movement... increase the strength of the ma…
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Physics : 7. STATIC ELECTRICITY
The law relating force between electri…
When two similar charges are moved clo…
In general, forces between objects wil…
Coulomb's law states the relationship…
False
True
False
True
The law relating force between electri…
False
When two similar charges are moved clo…
True
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GCSE Physics - Static Electricity
Static Caused by Friction
Sparks
Charges Attract and Repel
Van de Graaff
- Static is made when insulators rub together... - Polythene and…
- A large charge on an isolated object increases the voltage…
- Opposite charges attract... - Like charges repel... - Forces get…
- Demonstrates electrostatic charges... - Rubber belt moves on p…
Static Caused by Friction
- Static is made when insulators rub together... - Polythene and…
Sparks
- A large charge on an isolated object increases the voltage…
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Science - Static Electricity
atoms
electrical charges
attract
repel
Particles too small to see. All matter is made of these.
Some particles inside atoms have positive or negative ___.
Opposite charges ____ each other.
Similar charges _____ each other.
atoms
Particles too small to see. All matter is made of these.
electrical charges
Some particles inside atoms have positive or negative ___.
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Science 8 - Static Electricity
Buildup of charge on an object either…
Attraction or repulsion between electr…
Region around a charged object where o…
Repel each other
Static electricity
Electric force
Electric field
Like (same) charges
Buildup of charge on an object either…
Static electricity
Attraction or repulsion between electr…
Electric force
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Physics , Static electricity
build up of static
On a polythene rod electrons move
On an acetate rod electrons move
electrically CHARGED objects
Friction
electrons move from the duster to the rod
electrons move from the rod to the duster
ATTRACT small objects to them
build up of static
Friction
On a polythene rod electrons move
electrons move from the duster to the rod
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Physics (H) - Static Electricity
Force of the repulsion between two cha…
k
Q₁
Q₂
F = kQ₁Q₂/d²
Constant = 8.988 x 10^9 Nm²/C²
Magnitude of the charge in object one
Magnitude of the charge in object two
Force of the repulsion between two cha…
F = kQ₁Q₂/d²
k
Constant = 8.988 x 10^9 Nm²/C²
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Static Electricity Grade 4 Science
Part of an atom with a positive charge.
Part of an atom with a negative charge.
Part of an atom with "neutral" or no c…
If two objects are ATTRACTED to each o…
proton
electron
neutron
positive and negative
Part of an atom with a positive charge.
proton
Part of an atom with a negative charge.
electron
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Physics static electricity test
Conductors
Insulators
Semiconductors
Conduction
Materials where electrons move freely but are hard to remove
Conduct electricity but electrons are bound very tightly to t…
Fall in the middle for its ability to conduct electricity
Materials touch and charge is transferred
Conductors
Materials where electrons move freely but are hard to remove
Insulators
Conduct electricity but electrons are bound very tightly to t…
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Science: Static Electricity
Static Electricity
Electric Charge
Protons
Electrons
an imbalance of electric charge on the surface of an object.
a property of the particles of atoms.
positivley charged particles
negatively charged particles, that can be added or removed fo…
Static Electricity
an imbalance of electric charge on the surface of an object.
Electric Charge
a property of the particles of atoms.
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Science - 6 Static Electricity
Electric field
Ion
Force
Static electricity
An invisible area surrounding a charged particle
An atom with a charge
A push or a pull
A build up of electrons
Electric field
An invisible area surrounding a charged particle
Ion
An atom with a charge
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Physics static electricity
Atoms
Electrons
Insecticide sprayer
Earthing
Have a nucleus containing protons and neutrons
Negatively charged particles
A nozzle of stay is connected to a electricity supply droplet…
When static electricity builds up as you move around, then if…
Atoms
Have a nucleus containing protons and neutrons
Electrons
Negatively charged particles
27 terms
Static Electricity: Physics
Fluid
Pressure
Archimedes Principal
Plasma
Has No definite shape
Force/Area in Pascals and the force is perpendicular to the a…
Buoyant force is equal to the weight of the water displaced b…
Gas like state that contains electrons and positively charged…
Fluid
Has No definite shape
Pressure
Force/Area in Pascals and the force is perpendicular to the a…
20 terms
Science 7: Static Electricity
Ion
Static Electricity
Friction
The Law of Conservation of Charge
A charged atom. The result of removing an electron from an at…
A buildup of charges on an object
Transfers electrons from one object to another. That build up…
Charge cannot be created or destroyed but it may be transferred
Ion
A charged atom. The result of removing an electron from an at…
Static Electricity
A buildup of charges on an object
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Physics Static Electricity Test
Static Electricity
Protons
Electrons
Neutrons
cause: friction ex: car door/shock, carpet-person/switch, bal…
positively charged, in nucleus, large mass
negatively charged, around the nucleus, almost massless
no charge (neutral), in nucleus, large mass
Static Electricity
cause: friction ex: car door/shock, carpet-person/switch, bal…
Protons
positively charged, in nucleus, large mass
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Physics static electricity
attraction
Repoltion
Neutral
Electric force
opposite charges attached to each other
Same charges that repel from each other
An equal number of protons and electrons
The force of attraction and repoltion
attraction
opposite charges attached to each other
Repoltion
Same charges that repel from each other
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Physics Static Electricity
What kind of materials can be given a…
Where are protons found in a atom?
If an uncharged atom has 5 protons, ho…
If two objects repel their charges are…
An insulator
Nucleus
5
The same
What kind of materials can be given a…
An insulator
Where are protons found in a atom?
Nucleus
AP Physics - Static Electricity
different materials have different ele…
where are electrons located?
electrons can be easily...
where are protons and neutrons located?
structure
in the "vast" region OUTSIDE of the nucleus
added or removed
INSIDE of the nucleus
different materials have different ele…
structure
where are electrons located?
in the "vast" region OUTSIDE of the nucleus
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Static Electricity Physics Test
What are some features of electrons?
e^-1
electricity is derived from what and w…
Law of Charges
Has a high velocity, close to the speed of light... Has a mass a…
electron
Derived from elektron, Greek for amber
likes to repel, unlikes attract
What are some features of electrons?
Has a high velocity, close to the speed of light... Has a mass a…
e^-1
electron
Physics static electricity
Single electron=
Coulomb's law=
K=
Fgrav =
-1.6x10^-19
K•G•G/d^2
9•10^9
G•M•M/d^2
Single electron=
-1.6x10^-19
Coulomb's law=
K•G•G/d^2
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PHYSICS: Static Electricity
What apparatus can be sued to detect a…
The law of electrostatics
Why do electrons orbit the nucleus
Metals can only hold a charge when the…
Gold leaf electroscope
Opposite charges attract, like charges repel
The nucleus is positively charged
Isolated from the ground
What apparatus can be sued to detect a…
Gold leaf electroscope
The law of electrostatics
Opposite charges attract, like charges repel
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