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A flow of electric charge in only one direction
electric current
direct current
alternating current
static electricity
Law stating that the total electric charge in an isolated system is constant
static electricity
law of conservation of charge
Ohm's Law
electric circuit
A material through which electric charge can flow easily
electrical conductor
electrical insulator
electric circuit
electric charge
The difference in electrical potential energy between two places in an electric field
electric charge
induction
potential difference
direct current
A flow of electric charge that regularly reverses its direction
direct current
alternating current
electric current
electric circuit
A field in a region of space that exerts electric forces on charged particles
electric force
resistance
static electricity
electric field
The study of behavior of electric charges, including how charge is transferred between objects
static electricity
induction
voltage
resistance
Another term for potential difference
induction
resistance
voltage
electric current
A material through which charge cannot flow easily
electrical conductor
electrical insulator
electric circuit
resistance
A complete path through which electric charge can flow
electric field
parallel circuit
series circuit
electric circuit
The attraction or repulsion between electrically charged objects
electric charge
electric force
electric field
electric circuit
An electric circuit with two or more paths through which charge can flow
electric current
series circuit
parallel circuit
voltage
A continuous flow of electric charge
static electricity
induction
voltage
electric current
An electric circuit with only one path through which charge can flow
direct current
series circuit
parallel circuit
alternating current
The relationship of voltage, current, and resistance: V=IR
electric field
potential difference
Ohm's Law
induction
The transfer of charge without contact between materials
induction
resistance
voltage
electric force
A property that causes subatomic particles to attract or repel one another
voltage
static electricity
electric force
electric charge
The opposition to the flow of electric charges in a material
static electricity
resistance
potential difference
voltage
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