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Electromag review

  1. 1. Electricity and Magnetism A Review
  2. 2. Question: a piece of rock/ore that exhibits magnetic properties lodestone
  3. 3. Question: charging that does not involve contact between the neutral body (body to be charge) and the charge body charging by induction
  4. 4. Question: translucent yellowish-brown fossil resin that has charging properties amber
  5. 5. Question: SI unit for charge coulomb
  6. 6. Question: proponent of One Fluid Theory on charges Benjamin Franklin
  7. 7. Question: unit for voltage volts
  8. 8. Question: proponent of Two Fluid Theory Charles Du Fay
  9. 9. Question: unit of current ampere
  10. 10. Question: Dielectric Theory considers charges as a strain on this material ether
  11. 11. Question: unit of resistance ohms
  12. 12. Question: explains the existence of charges by the structure of an atom Electron Theory
  13. 13. Question: an arrangement of parts that allows an electric current to be possible circuit
  14. 14. Question: a neutral sub-atomic particle neutron
  15. 15. Question: where the current in a circuit passes through pathway
  16. 16. Question: an atom that becomes positively charged cation
  17. 17. Question: kind of circuit with a continuous path that allows current to flow closed circuit
  18. 18. Question: states that like charges repel and unlike charges attract Coulomb's Law
  19. 19. Question: type of circuit where it has no load, thus posing the risk of overheating short circuit
  20. 20. Question: a material which has plenty of free (valence) electrons which readily allow charges to flow conductor
  21. 21. Question: type of multiple –load circuit where all resistors are located in one pathway series circuit
  22. 22. Question: a material that resists the flow of charges insulator
  23. 23. Question: ancient Greek city known to have abundant lodestones Magnesia
  24. 24. Question: can act either as an insulator or conductor depending on specific orientation and/or conditions semiconductor
  25. 25. Question: Roman historian who wrote of a hill made up completely of magnetic rock Pliny the Elder
  26. 26. Question: a material that offers practically no resistance to the flow of charges below some critical temperatures superconductor
  27. 27. Question: subatomic particle primarily responsible for magnetic phenomena electron
  28. 28. Question: process by which an object gains a net charge electrostatic charging
  29. 29. Question: arrangement of magnetic atoms where poles are aligned alternately and thus cancel each other anti-ferromagnetism
  30. 30. Question: charging in which there is actual contact between the neutral body and the charged body charging by conduction
  31. 31. Question: the realignment or separation of charges in one body when another body, that is charged, is placed close to it polarization
  32. 32. Question: two ways to weaken magnets drop it/heat it
  33. 33. Question: amount of energy per charge voltage
  34. 34. Question: location of earth’s magnetic south pole North Pole / Arctic Ocean
  35. 35. Question: amount of charge passing through any point in a conductor per unit time current
  36. 36. Question: person who introduced the idea of magnetic fields Michael Faraday
  37. 37. Question: the opposition a material offers to the flow of charges through it resistance
  38. 38. Question: first observed that a current in a wire affects a nearby compass needle Hans Oersted
  39. 39. Question: states the relationship between voltage, resistance and current Ohm’s Law
  40. 40. Question: converts electrical energy to mechanical energy electric motor
  41. 41. Question: provides the voltage need to create a current in a circuit (energy/power) source
  42. 42. Question: used to measure currents ammeter
  43. 43. Question: part of a circuit where the energy of the current is released/used up load
  44. 44. Question: used to measure voltage voltmeter
  45. 45. Question: type of circuit where there is a break in the pathway, thus no current can flow open circuit
  46. 46. Question: current produced in a wire in a changing magnetic field induced current
  47. 47. Question: type of multiple –load circuit where all resistors are located in separate pathways parallel circuit
  48. 48. Question: the mineral found in lodestones responsible for its magnetic properties magnetite
  49. 49. Question: credited for first using magnets as a tool in navigation Chinese
  50. 50. Question: used to increase/decrease the voltage transformer
  51. 51. Question: arrangement of magnetic atoms where poles are aligned and add up ferromagnetism
  52. 52. Question: groups of atoms join so that their magnetic fields are all going in the same direction domains
  53. 53. Question: location of earth’s magnetic north pole South Pole / Antarctica
  54. 54. Question: type of magnet with only a north pole or south pole, not both monopole
  55. 55. Question: magnetic force is what type of force? force-at-a-distance / noncontact force
  56. 56. Question: a magnet created using a current electromagnet
  57. 57. Question: used to measure very tiny currents galvanometer
  58. 58. Question: used to measure resistance ohmmeter
  59. 59. Question: a device used to easily open and close the circuit switch
  60. 60. Question: process of making currents using magnets electromagnetic induction
  61. 61. Question: proposed the Law of Electrostatic Induction Michael Faraday
  62. 62. Question: a power source that utilizes dams/waterfalls hydroelectric power
  63. 63. Question: converts mechanical energy to electrical energy generator
  64. 64. Question: a power source that utilizes radioactivity/fission/fusion nuclear power
  65. 65. Question: a power source that utilizes energy from the sun solar power
  66. 66. Question: a power source that utilizes the heat under the earth’s surface geothermal power
  67. 67. Question: when magnetic atoms are not aligned in any special way paramagnetism