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### Electricity log

1. 1. Electricity Log! By: Ivoree Hill Http ://www.bing.com/images/search
2. 2. Closed Circuit <ul><li>A closed circuit is a circuit without any interruptions , providing a continuous path through it. The current flows. </li></ul>http://www.bing.com/images/search
3. 3. Open Circuit <ul><li>An open circuit is an incomplete circuit with an opening in its path. The current can not flow. </li></ul>http://www.bing.com/images/search
4. 4. My Homemade Flashlight <ul><li>We made it by using a fluorescent light bulb , 2 wires, and a battery.
5. 5. The reason it worked because the circuit was not open, and the current could flow.
6. 6. It glowed because the resistance of the filament. This resistance causes the filament to get so hot that it glows. The air in the bulb is removed so the filament doesn't burn. </li></ul>http://www.bing.com/images/search
7. 7. Why does a light bulb stop burning? <ul><li>A light bulb stops burning because the gas runs out. </li></ul>http:// workingwomen /images/search
8. 8. How does a light bulb work? <ul><li>For it to work, it has to to be in a socket or connected to 2 wires, and a battery.
9. 9. It works because there are no open circuits because they are all closed, which therefore, it causes it to work.
10. 10. But however, if there is any closed circuits, it won't work. </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
11. 11. Who invented the light blub? <ul><li>Thomas Edison invented the first light bulb. </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
12. 12. Insulators! <ul><li>Insulators are any material that doesn't allow electricity to pass through.
13. 13. Some examples:
14. 14. Work sheet
15. 15. Tooth pick
16. 16. Rubber band. </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
17. 17. Conductors! <ul><li>Conductors are any material that allows electricity to pass through.
18. 18. Some examples:
19. 19. Key
20. 20. Brass fastener
21. 21. Paper clip
22. 22. nickel </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
23. 23. Series Circuit Illustration! <ul><li>A series circuit is a flash light bulb connected to 2 wires and the wires are connected to each side of the battery.
24. 24. This is called a series circuit. You can use a series circuit if only want 1 light blub to shine.
25. 25. Examples:
26. 26. Night light
27. 27. Mini lamp
28. 28. Bedroom light </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
29. 29. Parallel Circuit Illustration! <ul><li>A parallel circuit has 2 flash light bulbs, 1 wire connecting the light bulbs together, and 2 wires from each bulb connected to a battery.
30. 30. You can use a parallel circuit if you want more than 1 light blub to shine!
31. 31. Examples:
32. 32. TV
33. 33. I pad
34. 34. phone </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
35. 35. Comparing! <ul><li>Both Parallel circuit and Series circuit need batteries, wires, and light bulbs. Both can have 2 light bulbs. </li></ul>http://www.bing.com/images/search
36. 36. Contrasting! <ul><li>The series circuit and the parallel circuit are different because parallel has 2 light bulbs and series has 1, and parallel has 4 wires and series has 2 wires.
37. 37. I you take 1 light bulb out of the series circuit, the other one goes out. If you take a light bulb out of the parallel circuit, the other one stays on. This is because the series circuit only has 1 path through but parallel has 2. </li></ul>
38. 38. How does static electricity work? <ul><li>Positive and negative electrical charges are separated from each other and are not moving, which creates static electricity. </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
39. 39. How does lightning work? <ul><li>Negatively charged clouds creates static electricity. When it gets hot, it strikes the ground. The ground has positive charges and so does the top clouds. The bottom are negative charge. </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search
40. 40. Lightning Safety Tips! <ul><li>DON'T use the phone!
41. 41. DON'T go ANYWHERE near a window!
42. 42. DON'T wear jewelery !
43. 43. UN-plug ANY TV , charger , or ANYTHING the can get plugged in or your house will catch on fire! </li></ul>HTTP :// workingwomen /images/search