Grade 9 Science Electricity Part 2 of 3

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Can you name the information about electricity?

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Are wood, rubber, glass and plastic conductors or insulators?
What do we call a material’s ability to be hammered into sheets?
What do we call a combination of one or more electrochemical cells?
What is the name of subatomic particles that carry a negative charge?
Is regular water a conductor or an insulator?
Are silver, copper, gold and aluminum conductors or insulators?
What converts chemical energy into electrical energy?
1 _________ is the same as 1000 watts.
What is the name of a unit of work or energy equal to that expended by one kilowatt in one hour?
What type of energy is produced from sunlight, wind and tides?
What is the name of a material that allows electricity to flow easily?
What is the name given to the gasses that trap heat and make the planet’s surface warmer?
What is used to interrupt a circuit when there is too much current?
What do we call a something that resists or blocks the flow of electricity?
If you charge by touching the substance and the object it is called “charging by ______?”
What is the name of energy that comes from the sun?
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Are fiberglass, dry wood and diamonds conductors or insulators?
What is used in your home to stop the wires overheating?
What kind of electricity is created on the surface of an object when it is rubbed against a different material?
What is the name of energy sources that will run out and cannot be replaced?
How many kilowatts is 2,000 watts?
What kind of energy comes from natural sources that can easily be replaced?
1000 watts equals 1_______?
What do we call a material’s to be stretched into wire?
What type of energy is produced by natural gas, propane, coal, petroleum and uranium?
If you charge an object without touching it, did you charge by contact or induction?
What kind of energy is produced from controlled (i.e., non-explosive) nuclear reactions?
If you charge an object by touching it, did you charge by contact or induction?
What do we call a material that resists the flow of electric current?
What kind of electricity sticks a balloon to the wall?
What is the name of charging an object without directly touching it?

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