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a property that leads to electromagnetic interations between the particles that make up matter.
the buildup of electric charge on an object. When something is static, it is not moving.
Charge which occurs when two objects are rubbed together, causing a transfer of electrons between the objects.
A way of rearranging the charges within an object without touching it.
If a charged object and an uncharged object touch each other, the charged object can transfer some of its charge to the area it touches.
a material in which charges can move easily
a material in which charges cannot move easily
a special class of material that conduct electric charge better than electrical insulators but not as well as electrical conductors.
charge per unit of time
the potential difference between two points in a circuit
a complete closed path through which electric charges can flow
a circuit in which all parts are connected in a single loop
a circuit in which loads are connected side by side
a body that can attract certain substances, such as iron or steel, as a result of a magnetic field
a the force of a magnet
two magnets pushing each other apart because of their magnetic poles
a vector force field that surrounds any magnetic material
a material that can be turned into a magnet
a large number of closely spaced turns of wire that create the magnetic field when hooked up to a battery
a relationship between electricity and magnetism. results when electric currents and magnetic fields interact with each other.
A coil of insulated wire, usually wrapped around an iron core.
changes electrical energy into mechanical energy.
a voltage is induced in the wire
an important device that relies on electromagnetic induction
use induction to change mechanical energy into electrical energy. opposite of electric motors