#### Study sets matching "science circuits"

#### Study sets matching "science circuits"

Conductor

Insulator

Parallel circuit

Series circuit

A material that allows electrons to pass through easily.

A material in which electrons are not able to move easily

A circuit that contains more than one path for the current fl…

An electric circuit with only one path for the current flow.

Conductor

A material that allows electrons to pass through easily.

Insulator

A material in which electrons are not able to move easily

What is it called when magnets pull ap…

What is it called when magnets pull to…

What is the pathway of the flow of ele…

What is a piece of iron called when it…

Repel

Attract

Circuit

A temporary magnet

What is it called when magnets pull ap…

Repel

What is it called when magnets pull to…

Attract

Electric current

Short circuit

Resistance

Series circuit

A flow of electric charge

A flaw in a circuit that allows a large current to flow throu…

How much a material opposes or resists the flow of an electri…

An electric current with only one path for the current

Electric current

A flow of electric charge

Short circuit

A flaw in a circuit that allows a large current to flow throu…

Circuits

Current electricity

Switch

Resistors

A path in which electricity flows

Flow of an electric charge

Controls the flow of a charge in a circuit

Reduces the electric charge, so the object won't overcharge,…

Circuits

A path in which electricity flows

Current electricity

Flow of an electric charge

circuit

closed circuit

conductor

current

a path containing mobile charges

a circuit that has a complete path for charge to flow

a material that contains easily movable charges (copper is a…

the flow of electric charge

circuit

a path containing mobile charges

closed circuit

a circuit that has a complete path for charge to flow

circuit

current elecrticity

switch

resistors

a path in which electrical current flows

flow of an electric charge through a circuit

can control the flow of a charge in a circuit

reduce the electric charge that flows through a circuit

circuit

a path in which electrical current flows

current elecrticity

flow of an electric charge through a circuit

Energy

work

Mechanical Energy

Potential Energy

The ability to do work

the use of force to move an object

The energy that an object has because that an object changes…

Stored energy. It is the energy that n object changes based o…

Energy

The ability to do work

work

the use of force to move an object

series circuit

parallel circuit

alternating circuit (double throw)

load

all loads on the same wire turned on and off as one

all loads on different wires can be turned on and off separat…

each time the switch touches one of the two wires the load on…

the place where the energy is going, ex. light bulb

series circuit

all loads on the same wire turned on and off as one

parallel circuit

all loads on different wires can be turned on and off separat…

parallel

insulator

current

potential

type of circuit in which different loads are on separate bran…

a material in which charges cannot easily move through

rate at which charges pass a given point

energy per unit charge

parallel

type of circuit in which different loads are on separate bran…

insulator

a material in which charges cannot easily move through

How are series and parallel circuits a…

How are series circuits different than…

How are parallel circuits different th…

Black wires vs red wires

Same energy transformations, they were complete circuits, lit…

-One path for electrons from the battery to the bulbs one bul…

Each bulb had its own path to the the battery, a direct conne…

When not plugged into a source, they are the same. (Copper wi…

How are series and parallel circuits a…

Same energy transformations, they were complete circuits, lit…

How are series circuits different than…

-One path for electrons from the battery to the bulbs one bul…

What is an electronic circuit?

What 3 things does a circuit need?

What happens if the path is broken any…

What is a circuit diagram?

A collection of electronic components that work together to a…

A source of electrons, a pathway, and a load device.

The current stops flowing.

A drawing that traces the path that electron flow will take i…

What is an electronic circuit?

A collection of electronic components that work together to a…

What 3 things does a circuit need?

A source of electrons, a pathway, and a load device.

how are voltmeters connected?

how are components connected in a seri…

what happens if a component in a serie…

what is an electric current?

in parallel, with one lead on one side and one on another

one after another in a complete loop of conducting wire

all the other components stop working as there is a gap cutti…

a flow of electricity around a circuit

how are voltmeters connected?

in parallel, with one lead on one side and one on another

how are components connected in a seri…

one after another in a complete loop of conducting wire

Circuits

D-Cell

Battery

Electricity source

a pathway for the flow of electricity

The source of electricity that has only 1 cell

A source of electricity that has more than 1 cell

provides the energy to light bulbs, motor, or other devices

Circuits

a pathway for the flow of electricity

D-Cell

The source of electricity that has only 1 cell

electrical circuit

electric current

open circuit

closed circuit

A pathway of conductors that lets electricity flow through it.

The flow of electricity through a conductor.

A broken pathway. Electricity cannot flow through an open cir…

A complete pathway. Electricity can flow through a closed cir…

electrical circuit

A pathway of conductors that lets electricity flow through it.

electric current

The flow of electricity through a conductor.

Short circuit

Resistor

Series circuit

Current

An unwanted electrical connection with very low resistance to…

A device that slows the flow of current

A circuit where moving charges can only follow a single path

The flow of electrical charge

Short circuit

An unwanted electrical connection with very low resistance to…

Resistor

A device that slows the flow of current

Voltage

Current= I

Resistor

Power

Measure of electrical potential. Unit: v ... E=IR

Flow of charge. Unit: amps. Formula: I= V/R

Sloughs the currents. Unit: OHM. Formula: R=V/I

Rate at which energy is transferred. Unit: watt. Formula: P= VI

Voltage

Measure of electrical potential. Unit: v ... E=IR

Current= I

Flow of charge. Unit: amps. Formula: I= V/R

Battery

Circuit

Circulation

Conduct

a device that changes stored chemical energy into electrical…

a closed path that electricity can flow through (related word…

to move around: A ceiling fan circulates air in a room. (rela…

to allow heat or electricity to pass through easily (related…

Battery

a device that changes stored chemical energy into electrical…

Circuit

a closed path that electricity can flow through (related word…

circuit

series circuit

parallel circuit

conductor

a complete path for electric charges

circuit with one path for electric charges

a circuit with two or more paths for electric charges

material that allows electrical charges to flow easily

circuit

a complete path for electric charges

series circuit

circuit with one path for electric charges

Series circuit

Parallel Circuit

Cell/Battery

Switch

Where you get components one after the other

Different components are connected on different branches of t…

Gives power to the circuit

Turns circuit on/off

Series circuit

Where you get components one after the other

Parallel Circuit

Different components are connected on different branches of t…

Types of circuits

Parallel

Series

Voltage

Series and parallel

Circuit splits into two different lines, goes through a resis…

One line goes through two or more resistors (globes).

Voltage is the Electro-Motive Force (EMF) of a battery. ... The…

Types of circuits

Series and parallel

Parallel

Circuit splits into two different lines, goes through a resis…

Circuit

Series Circuit

Parallel Circuit

Open Circuit

A closed path through which an electric current flows

Electron flow can only follow one path

Electron flow can take multiple paths.

No electron flow

Circuit

A closed path through which an electric current flows

Series Circuit

Electron flow can only follow one path

parallel

insulator

current

potential

type of circuit in which different loads are on separate bran…

a material in which charges cannot easily move through

rate at which charges pass a given point

energy per unit charge

parallel

type of circuit in which different loads are on separate bran…

insulator

a material in which charges cannot easily move through

paralell and series

series circuit

parallel circuit

yes. with a gap or broken component.

what are the two types of circuits?

a circuit where components are arranged end to end so that el…

a current where it splits as it reaches a branch and flows ar…

will a parallel circuit work if one circuit stops working?

paralell and series

what are the two types of circuits?

series circuit

a circuit where components are arranged end to end so that el…

electrical circuit

electric current

open circuit

closed circuit

A pathway of conductors that lets electricity flow through it.

The flow of electricity through a conductor.

A broken pathway. Electricity cannot flow through an open cir…

A complete pathway. Electricity can flow through a closed cir…

electrical circuit

A pathway of conductors that lets electricity flow through it.

electric current

The flow of electricity through a conductor.

electric energy

static electricity

current electricity

static electrcity

energy created by electrons moving through an electrical cond…

the build-up of electric charge on a surface

a flow of charge which moves along a wire, flows from the neg…

the buildup of electric charge on a surface

electric energy

energy created by electrons moving through an electrical cond…

static electricity

the build-up of electric charge on a surface

electrical circuit

electric current

open circuit

closed circuit

A pathway of conductors that lets electricity flow through it.

The flow of electricity through a conductor.

A broken pathway. Electricity cannot flow through an open cir…

A complete pathway. Electricity can flow through a closed cir…

electrical circuit

A pathway of conductors that lets electricity flow through it.

electric current

The flow of electricity through a conductor.

series circuit

electric current

parallel circuit

conductor

a circuit in which electrical charge can only flow in one cir…

an electric charge in motion

a circuit the has two or more paths through which electrical…

a material through which an electric charge can move easily

series circuit

a circuit in which electrical charge can only flow in one cir…

electric current

an electric charge in motion

what charges are attracted to each oth…

Coulombs first law

2nd law

3rd law

neutral-charged / opposites

the strength of electric force increases with increasing elec…

the strength of electric force varies depending on distance b…

the direction of the electric force between two objects depen…

what charges are attracted to each oth…

neutral-charged / opposites

Coulombs first law

the strength of electric force increases with increasing elec…

What is a conductor?

What is an insulator?

What type of resistance do conductors…

What type of resistance do insulators…

A material that allows electricity to flow through it. Eg- Pi…

A material that electricity cannot flow through. Eg- Patty pan

Low

High

What is a conductor?

A material that allows electricity to flow through it. Eg- Pi…

What is an insulator?

A material that electricity cannot flow through. Eg- Patty pan

What are 4 parts of an electric circuit?

What happens with an open circuit?

What happens with a closed circuit?

What are meters?

Source, battery... Load, a device to be powered... Control devices,…

No electric current can flow (open switch, unscrewed bulb or…

Electric current can flow (closed switch, screwed bulb or con…

The measurements current and voltage of different components…

What are 4 parts of an electric circuit?

Source, battery... Load, a device to be powered... Control devices,…

What happens with an open circuit?

No electric current can flow (open switch, unscrewed bulb or…

Short circuit

Simple circuit

Series circuit

Parallel circuit

Has no load or resistor

Only has one load in the circuit

Has 2 or more loads in a single circuit

A circuit with multiple paths for the current to travel

Short circuit

Has no load or resistor

Simple circuit

Only has one load in the circuit

What is an ampere

What is a breaker

What is a circuit

What is a conductor

Measurement of strength of electrical current

Device that breaks a circuit opening their circuit interrupti…

It is the pathway electricity takes

It is a material that allows electrons to flow freely

What is an ampere

Measurement of strength of electrical current

What is a breaker

Device that breaks a circuit opening their circuit interrupti…

attract, repel

Electrons

valence

current

Opposites ________ and likes __________.

__________ in atoms can act as our charge carrier.

The outermost electrons of an atom are called the ___________…

The flow of electrons is known as electric _________.

attract, repel

Opposites ________ and likes __________.

Electrons

__________ in atoms can act as our charge carrier.

Series circuit

Parallel Circuit

Cell/Battery

Switch

Where you get components one after the other

Different components are connected on different branches of t…

Gives power to the circuit

Turns circuit on/off

Series circuit

Where you get components one after the other

Parallel Circuit

Different components are connected on different branches of t…

Conductor

Insulator

Conduction

Convection

conduct electricity eg. Metals, gold, silver, brass, water

poor conductors, don't conduct electricity eg. Rubber, wood,…

Occurs in solids

Occurs in liquids and gases

Conductor

conduct electricity eg. Metals, gold, silver, brass, water

Insulator

poor conductors, don't conduct electricity eg. Rubber, wood,…

Definition of a Circuit

Insulators

Conductors

Current

1. complete path (circle)... 2. from (+) positive to (-) negativ…

-cloth... -wood... -plastic... -pure water

-metal (copper, gold)... -water with salt (or other ions)

How much charge (how many electrons) flows by a certain point…

Definition of a Circuit

1. complete path (circle)... 2. from (+) positive to (-) negativ…

Insulators

-cloth... -wood... -plastic... -pure water

battery

wire

closed circuit

filament

A device that can produce an electric current.

A metal strand used to connect electrical devices in a circuit.

A continuous path along which electricity flows from one end…

A fine wire that becomes hot and produces light when an elect…

battery

A device that can produce an electric current.

wire

A metal strand used to connect electrical devices in a circuit.

Protons

Electrons

Neutrons

Attract

Particle with a positive electrical charge

Particles with a negative electrical charge

Particles with no electrical charge

Pull together

Protons

Particle with a positive electrical charge

Electrons

Particles with a negative electrical charge