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Electrifying. Electrifying Jeopardy. Vocabulary. The opposition to the flow of a current in a conductor. 100. Answer. Resistance. Back to Jeopardy. Vocabulary. The process of charging a conductor by bringing it near anouher charged object and grounding the conductor. 200. Answer.

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**Vocabulary**The opposition to the flow of a current in a conductor . . . 100 Answer**Resistance**Back to Jeopardy**Vocabulary**The process of charging a conductor by bringing it near anouher charged object and grounding the conductor 200 Answer**Induction**Back to Jeopardy**Vocabulary**A region in which a magnetic force can be detected 300 Answer**Magnetic Field**Back to Jeopardy**Vocabulary**Describes a circuit or portion of a circuit that provides a single conducting path without junctions 400 Answer**Series Circuit**Back to Jeopardy**Vocabulary**A region in space around a charged object in which a stationary charged object experiences an electric force because of its charge 500 Answer**Electric Field**Back to Jeopardy**Circuits**In a series circuit the formula to find the currents at the power source and each resistor is. . . Answer 100**IT=I1=I2=I3. . .**Back to Jeopardy**Circuits**In a parallel circuit the formula to find the currents at the power source and each resistor is. . . Answer 200**IT=I1+I2+I3. .**Back to Jeopardy**Circuits**What is Ohm’s Law and what is the formula for finding power in a circuit? Answer 300**Ohm’s Law I=V/R**Power P=IV Back to Jeopardy**Circuits**In a parallel circuit the formula to find the potential difference at the power source and each resistor is. . . 400 Answer**VT=V1=V2=V3 . .**Back to Jeopardy**Circuits**In a series circuit the formula to find the potential difference at the power source and each resistor is. . . 500 Answer**VT=V1+V2+V3. . .**Back to Jeopardy**Electrostatics**The formula for Coulomb’s Law is. . . 100 Answer**Felectric=(kq1q2)/d2**Back to Jeopardy**Electrostatics**The constant for k . . . 200 Answer**8.99 x 109 Nm2/C2**Back to Jeopardy**Electrostatics**The electron and proton of a hydrogen atom are separated, on average, by a distance of about 5.3 x 10-11m. Find the magnitudes of the electric force. Proton charge 1.60 x 10-19C Electron charge -1.60 x 10-19C 300 Answer**Felectric = 8.2 x 10-8N**Back to Jeopardy**Electrostatics**Draw the Electric Field lines of a positive charge and a negative charge + - 400 Answer**Electrostatics**What is the electric force between 2.5 µC of charge and a rubber ball that has -5.0 µC of charge when they are separated by a distance of 5.0 cm? 500 Answer**45 N attractive**Back to Jeopardy**Magnetism**A device that uses induction to convert mechanical energy to electrical energy 100 Answer**Generator**Back to Jeopardy**Magnetism**Converts electrical energy to mechanical energy. Instead of a current being generated by a rotating loop in a magnetic field, a current is supplied to the loop by an emf source and the magnetic force on the current loop causes it to rotate 200 Answer**Motor**Back to Jeopardy**Magnetism**Like magnetic poles ______ And opposite magnetic poles _______ 300 Answer**Repel**Attract Back to Jeopardy**Magnetism**The minimum number of poles for magnet is . . . 400 Answer**Two**Back to Jeopardy**Magnetism**A very strong magnet attracts both poles of a weak magnet. Why? 500 Answer**It realigns the domains of the weaker magnet**Back to Jeopardy**Famous Dead Guys**Supported idea of 2 types of charges. Invented the Lightning Rod 100 Answer**Ben Franklin**Back to Jeopardy**Famous Dead Guys**His oil drop experiment proved 1.60 x 10-19 C the charge of the electron. He applied Coulomb’s Law to measure the charge 200 Answer**Robert Millikan**Back to Jeopardy**Famous Dead Guys**Performed the Gold Foil experiment which established the planetary model of an atom that has electrons orbiting around a heavy, positively charged nucleus, which disproved the “plum pudding” model. He utilized alpha particles and gold foil. 300 Answer**Ernest Rutherford**Back to Jeopardy**Famous Dead Guys**Measured the speed of light, 3.00 x 108 m/s 400 Answer**Albert Michelson**Back to Jeopardy

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