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Physics Flow Chart

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Emily Larsen

on 15 April 2013

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Transcript of Physics Flow Chart

IF YOU WANT TO SEE AN EXAMPLE ON HOW TO USE THIS TEMPLATE, PLEASE CHECK: https://prezi.com/n-8ibkiw881r/number-systems/ Charging an object by conduction is charging it by allowing it to come into contact with an object which already has an electric charge. Charge by Conduction Charge by Induction Charge by Friction Charge Interactions Electricity Static Electricity Circuit Electricity Emily Larsen Electricity Charging by Induction is a method of charging a neutral object, using a charged object, without establishing physical contact between them Circuit When two objects rubbed together become charged due to electrons being transferred from one object to another. Electric Potential Energy Electric Potential Difference Charges Like Charges Like charges repel each other. Opposite Charges Opposite charges repel each other. Electric Discharge Electric Potential Electron Current Push(Voltage) Resistor Parallel Series Ohm's Law V=Volt I= Amps R= Ohms Electric Device Battery Generator/Motor Switch/Control Go with the Flow Conventional current flow Electron Flow Right hand rule by Ben and Emily Larsen Electricity A flow of electrons on a path due to a push/voltage. Voltage Volt Voltage Source (Push) Electric Potential Electric Potential Energy Electric Potential Difference (and other movements) Energy Transfer
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