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A device that transforms stored chemical energy into electrical energy is a(n)
a) electrode. b) terminal. c) electroyte. d) electrochemical cell.
What parts of the cell are used to connect an electrochemical cell to a circuit?
a) electrolytes b) wet cells c) terminals d) electrodes
The ampere is a unit of
a) temperature. b) maganetism. c) electric current. d) electric charge.
An example of an insulator is
a) iron. b) copper. c) rubber. d) silver.
Materials that allow the charges of an electric current to move freely through them are called
a) resistors. b) magnets. c) conductors. d) insulators.
A complete, unbroken path through which electric charges can flow is a(n)
a) magnetic field line. b) magnetic pole. c) electric circuit. d) electrical resistance.
A device that creates a potential difference in an electric circuit is a(n)
a) circuit. b) voltage source. c) insulator. d) conductor.
The unit of measure of voltage is the ohm.
a) True b) False c) Don't know. d) Don't care.
Batteries and generators are examples of________, which create a potential difference in a circuit
a) voltage sources b) circuits c) insulators d) ohms
What type of overall charge does a balloon have after rubbing it on a cloth?
a) Positive b) Negative c) Uncharged. d) Electrically neutral.
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