FILAMENT | | Relationship among electrical force, charges, and distance |

CONDUCTOR | | The mutual attractions or repulsions between electrons or protons is attributed |

ELECTRONS | | These have a negative charge |

THREADSECTION | | The flow of charge across the circuit |

DIRECTCURRENT | | Unit of electrical charge |

FARADS | | These have a neutral charge |

AMPERES | | An act that restrains electrical current |

INSULATOR | | The flowing of charges in one direction |

CAPACITOR | | The unit of measure for electric current |

VOLTAGE | | The measurement for electrical resistance |

SERIESCIRCUIT | | Causes breaks in an open loop |

ELECTRICALRESISTANCE | | The measurement for voltage |

POTENTIALDIFFERENCE | | A thick area of a bulb where electricity can pass through |

BATTERY | | A measurement of energy |

PROTONS | | A composition of two or more cells |

JOULES | | Electrical devices are connected in sucha way that the same voltage acts across each one and any single one completes the circuit independently of all others |

PARALLELCIRCUIT | | The electrical resistance is directly proportional to the voltage per current |

ALTERNATINGCURRENT | | This acts as a storage unit of electricity when charged in a circuit |

OHMS | | This liquid reduces the human body's resistance to 100 ohms |

OMEGA | | Electrically charged particles that repeatedly reverse directions |

RESISTOR | | This will restrain the flow of charge in a circuit |

OHM'S LAW | | The flow of electric charge through a circuit |

COULOMB | | The product of curren and voltage |

NEUTRONS | | Thin wire that conducts electricity through a light bulb |

VOLTS | | Used as a form of safety fuses in a circuit |

POWER | | Then end of a light bulb where electricity can pass through |

TIP | | The unit of electrical power |

SEAWATER | | Any path along which electrons can flow |

WATTS | | Electrical devices are connected in such a way that the same electric current exists in all of them |

CIRCUIT | | When the ends of an electrical conductor are a different electric potentials |

ELECTRICCHARGE | | A measure of capacitance |

CIRCUITBREAKER | | These have a postive charge |

ELECTRICAL CURRENT | | A good emitter |

COULOMBSLAW | | The Greek letter representing resistance |