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1. | Kilowatt-Hour | A. | Resistance of a material to the flow of electric current through it; measured in ohms | |

2. | Potential Difference | B. | Amount of energy consumed in 1 hour at the rate of 1000 watts | |

3. | Electromotive Force (emf) | C. | Unit for electric resistance Ω | |

4. | Resistors | D. | Says current is proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance Current I (amp) = Voltage V (volts) / Resistance R (Ω) | |

5. | Electric Current | E. | Net charge of current carrying wire when # of electrons entering one end = # of electrons leaving the other end | |

6. | Zero | F. | Flow of electrical charge | |

7. | Conduction Electrons | G. | Voltage source that releases electrical energy from a chemical reaction | |

8. | Voltage | H. | Potential energy / Coulomb of charge available to electrons between terminals of voltage source (like battery, generator) | |

9. | Voltage Source | I. | Elements in a circuit used to regulate current | |

10. | Electric Power | J. | Particles that carry charge through a solid conductor | |

11. | Electric Resistance | K. | SI unit for current (A) = 1 Coulomb / 1 second | |

12. | Ohms Law | L. | Provides potential difference | |

13. | Ampere | M. | When materials have zero resistance to the flow of charge | |

14. | Ohm | N. | Rate (measured in watts) that electrical energy is converted to another form of energy (like mechanical, heat, or light) = current I (amps) x voltage V (volts) | |

15. | Generator | O. | Voltage source that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy | |

16. | Battery | P. | Difference of potential voltage between ends of conductor (measured in volts) | |

17. | Superconductivity | Q. | Electric Pressure in volts it takes to move electrons between terminals in a circuit |

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B | 1. | Kilowatt-Hour | A. | Resistance of a material to the flow of electric current through it; measured in ohms |

P | 2. | Potential Difference | B. | Amount of energy consumed in 1 hour at the rate of 1000 watts |

Q | 3. | Electromotive Force (emf) | C. | Unit for electric resistance Ω |

I | 4. | Resistors | D. | Says current is proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance Current I (amp) = Voltage V (volts) / Resistance R (Ω) |

F | 5. | Electric Current | E. | Net charge of current carrying wire when # of electrons entering one end = # of electrons leaving the other end |

E | 6. | Zero | F. | Flow of electrical charge |

J | 7. | Conduction Electrons | G. | Voltage source that releases electrical energy from a chemical reaction |

H | 8. | Voltage | H. | Potential energy / Coulomb of charge available to electrons between terminals of voltage source (like battery, generator) |

L | 9. | Voltage Source | I. | Elements in a circuit used to regulate current |

N | 10. | Electric Power | J. | Particles that carry charge through a solid conductor |

A | 11. | Electric Resistance | K. | SI unit for current (A) = 1 Coulomb / 1 second |

D | 12. | Ohms Law | L. | Provides potential difference |

K | 13. | Ampere | M. | When materials have zero resistance to the flow of charge |

C | 14. | Ohm | N. | Rate (measured in watts) that electrical energy is converted to another form of energy (like mechanical, heat, or light) = current I (amps) x voltage V (volts) |

O | 15. | Generator | O. | Voltage source that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy |

G | 16. | Battery | P. | Difference of potential voltage between ends of conductor (measured in volts) |

M | 17. | Superconductivity | Q. | Electric Pressure in volts it takes to move electrons between terminals in a circuit |

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