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Can you name the Grade 9 Science vocabulary for Electricity?

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QuestionElectricity vocabulary
What is used to interrupt a circuit when there is too much current?
'What does R' represent?
If the current is the same though each of the components is this a series or a parallel circuit?
What is the subatomic particle that carries a positive charge?
If the current in each of the components needs to be added up, is this a series or parallel circuit?
What do we call the flow of electricity through a conductor?
What is used in your home to stop the wires overheating?
Are fiberglass, dry wood and diamonds conductors or insulators?
What do we call the rate of flow of electric charge?
In Ohm's Law, what does 'R' represent?
What is the SI metric unit of electric current?
What do we call the ability of a substance or an electrical circuit to stop the flow of an electrical current?
If one bulb blows and all the lights go off they must be connected in ______.
In Ohm's Law, what does 'V' represent?
In Ohm’s Law, what does “V” represent?
Which type of current produced by a battery?
What is the name of a unit of work or energy equal to that expended by one kilowatt in one hour.
What does an ammeter measures?
1000 watts equals 1_______?
What does AC stand for?
What does DC stand for?
In Ohm's Law, what does 'I' represent?
Which instrument is used to measure current?
What word does the symbol “V” stand for?
What do we call the power output of a generator or power plant?
If one bulb blows but the others stay on they must be connected in______.
What is the SI unit used to measure electrical resistance?
QuestionElectricity vocabulary
What does the symbol 'A' represent?
What do we call a material that resists the flow of electric current?
What is the SI metric unit of electric potential?
In Ohm’s Law what does “R” represent?
What is the short form for the word ampere?
What is the symbol for potential difference?
If you charge an object without touching it, did you charge by contact or induction?
Are wood, rubber, glass and plastic conductors or insulators?
What is the name of an electric current that reverses direction with constant frequency?
What kind of circuit has the electrical components connected in a single path?
In what kind of circuit is the voltage across each of the components the same?
Give the two names for a device that uses electrical power called?
What is the name of charging an object without directly touching it?
In Ohm’s Law, what does “I” represent?
What is the symbol for resistance?
What do we call an electrical component used to break an electrical circuit?
1 _________ is the same as 1000 watts.
What does the symbol 'V' measure?
The difference in electrical charge between two points that will cause the current to flow in a closed circuit.
What do we call a something that resists or blocks the flow of electricity?
Which type of current is used to power a home?
If the current through each of the components is the same, what kind of circuit is it?
Which kind of electricity is in an electric circuit?
What instrument is used to measure electrical potential difference
What is the word that means the amount a substance opposes the flow of an electric current through it?
What is the name of subatomic particles that carry a negative charge?

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