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Electricity know it all

1. 1. Shannah's Electricity Log
2. 2. A closed circuit It is electric circuit providing an uninterup- Ted endless path for the flow of the current.
3. 3. Open circuit . Any circuit that is not complete is considered an open circuit.
4. 4. My Homemade Flashlight <ul>A wire connected to a light bulb is called the filament. This is the filament. </ul>f ilament
5. 5. Why does a light bulb stop burning? It goes off because the filament broke.
6. 6. How does a light bulb work? The electric bulb is made of transparent or translucent glass. Its filament is not broken and it works because the electricity current makes the filament very hot.
7. 7. Who invented the light bulb? <ul>Thomas Edison he invented the light bulb. </ul>
8. 8. Insulators <ul>It is a nonconductor of sound, heat, or electricity. </ul>
9. 9. Conductors <ul>A substance that allows heat,electricity,or sound to travel through it. Metal is a good conductor of heat. </ul>
10. 10. Series circuit illustration <ul>A series circuit has more than one resistor and gets it's name from only having one path. </ul>
11. 11. Parallel circuit illustration <ul>A parallel circuit is one of the two basic types of electric circuit that can be found. </ul>
12. 12. Comparing Circuits <ul><li>They all turn on at least one time.
13. 13. They both provide us with every day energy.
14. 14. They both use wires to transfer energy. </li></ul>
15. 15. Contrasting Circuits <ul>One runs both paths and one does not because its a series circuit and the other one is a parallel circuit. </ul>
16. 16. How does static electricity work? <ul><ul><li>An imbalance between negative and positive charges in objects causes static electricity. </li></ul></ul>
17. 17. How does lightning work? <ul>Electric charge builds up and when it gets enough electricity it strikes faster then our space ships. </ul>http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Lightning+Strikes&qpvt=moving+image+of+lightning&FORM=RESTAB#x0y138
18. 18. Tips <ul><li>Don't go in water!
19. 19. Don't go on a trampoline!
20. 20. Don't go under a tree!
21. 21. Don't go outside!!! </li></ul>http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Electric+Heart+Shock&qpvt=some+get+shock+by+electricity&FORM=RESTAB&adlt=strict#x0y462