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horseshoe magnet
bar magnet
Earth
atom
attract
battery
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compass
electricity
electron
force
iron
magnet
magnetic field
negative
neutral
neutron
nickel
north
poles
positive
proton
repel
south
static electricty

Electricity and Magnetism Crossword

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The flow of electric charge Electric current
Electrons cannot move easily through this material Insulator
Electrons can move easily through this material Conductor
Surrounds every electric charge & exerts force on other electric charges Electric field
Imbalance of electrons on an object creates Static electricity
Attracted or repelled force exerted by all charged objects on each other Electric force
A circuit with only one path for electric current to flow Series circuit
A circuit with more than one path for extricate current to flow Parallel circuit
Energy changing forms Transfer of energy
The measurement for voltage Volt
North and South Pole Magnetic pole
the area where magnetic force is exerted Magnetic field
Is a device that transforms mechanical energy into electrical energy Generator
iron core that has copper coils wrapped around it and electric current Electromagnet
The area where magnetic force is exerted Magnetic field
A core made of solid or laminated iron, or some other magnetic material which may contain very little iron. Iron core
Source of power Battery
Come close Attract
Go farther (opposite) Repel
Protons Positive charge
Charges that don't move (neutral) Non moving charges
Electrons Negative charge
Attracting each other Oppositely charged
The direction in which the north end of a compass needle points Magnetic field line
A machine that converts energy Motor
An object that attracts or repels certain objects Magnet
Pole of the magnet that points to South Pole South Pole
Pole that points to the North Pole North Pole
The North Pole magnet Positive Pole
South Pole magnet Negative Pole

Magnetic word search

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magnetic field
moving charges
iron
nickel
attract
charged particles
cobalt
compass
domain
electromagnet
Electromagnetic induction
electron
ferromagnetic
generator
geographic north pole
inclination
magnet
magnetic field lines
magnetic force
magnetite
michael faraday
potential difference
right hand rule
velocity

Magnets Word Search

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iron ore
nickel
iron filings
electromagnet
repel
attract
magnetic field
south pole
north pole
magnet

Electricity And Magnetism Crossword

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An instrument used for detcting electric currents. Galvanometer
Lightining strike. Static Electricity
Asphalt,Porcelain,and Diamond. Insulators
Mercury, Graphite, and Concrete. Conductors
Circuit inside a washing machine. Parallel Circuit
A string of Christmas Lights. Series Circuit
Measured in Amperes. Electric Current
Measures in Ohms. Resistance
Measured in Volts. Voltage Difference
When metals such as iron and nickel falls inside a strong enough ________ _____, they become temporarily magnetic. Magnetic Field
Process of rearraging electrons on a neutral object by bringing a charged object close to it. Charging By Induction
Process of transferring charge betweeen objects by touching or rubbing. Charging By Contact
V=IR Ohms Law
A region in which the manetic fields of atoms are grouped together and aligned. Magnetic Domain
Earth's North and South geographic poles. Magnetic Poles
Used by power plants to produce energy by burning coal or natural gas. Turbine
Measured in watts. electrical power
Interactions of magnets. Magnetism
A pat that electricity flows along. Circuit
Produces a magnetic field when a current passes through it. Solenoid

Electricity and Magnetism Word Search

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Volts
Static electricity
Neutrons
Protons
Magnetism
Magnetic field
Ion
Insulators
Electrons
Electromagnetism
Electromagnet
Electricity
Electric currents
Conductors
Circuit
Charge
Atoms
Amps

Electricity and Magnetism Crossword

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a region around a charged particle or object within which a force would be exerted on other charged particles or objects electric field
a substance in which electrical charge carriers, usually electrons, move easily from atom to atom with the application of voltage. electrical conductor
used to protect us from the dangerous effects of electricity flowing through conductors. Sometimes the voltage in an electrical circuit can be quite high and dangerous. electrical insulator
Things that are negatively charged and things that are positively charged pull on each other. This makes electrons and protons stick together to form atoms. Things that have the same charge push each other away law of electric charges
a stationary electric charge, typically produced by friction, that causes sparks or crackling or the attraction of dust or hair. static electricity
the release and transmission of electricity in an applied electric field through a medium such as a gas electric discharge
a flow of electric charge. In electric circuits this charge is often carried by moving electrons in a wire electric current
an electromotive force or potential difference expressed in volts. voltage
the impeding, slowing, or stopping effect exerted by one material thing on another resistance
having only one path for electrons to flow series circuit
has two or more paths for current to flow through parallel circuit
a piece of iron (or an ore, alloy, or other material) that has its component atoms so ordered that the material exhibits properties of magnetism, such as attracting other iron-containing objects or aligning itself in an external magnetic field. magnet
each of the two points or regions of an artificial or natural magnet to and from which the lines of magnetic force are directed. magnetic pole
attraction or repulsion that arises between electrically charged particles because of their motion magnetic force
a discrete region of magnetism in ferromagnetic material. domains
a region around a magnetic material or a moving electric charge within which the force of magnetism acts. magnetic field
a soft metal core made into a magnet by the passage of electric current through a coil surrounding it. electromagnet
a cylindrical coil of wire acting as a magnet when carrying electric current. solenoid
the interaction of electric currents or fields and magnetic fields. electromagnetism
an electrical machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy electric motor
a device that converts mechanical energy to electrical energy for use in an external circuit. electric generator

Magnets Crossword

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To pull toward one another attract
An instrument that uses a freely moving magnetic needle to indicate direction compass
The flow of eletricity through a conductor current
A form of energy that can prouce light, heat, and magnetism electricity
A piece of iron that becomes a temporary magnet when electricity flows through an insulated wire wrapped around it electromagnet
The material in a light bulb filament
A flash of light caused by a discharge of static electricity lightning
A form of the mineral magnetite that is naturally magnetic lodestone
A property of certain kind of materials that cause them to attract irn or steel magnetism
A document granting the right to take credit for an invention patent
Either of two opposing forces or parts, such as the poles of a magnet pole
To push away, as similar poles of two magnets push away from one another repel
Positive and negative electric charges that are separated from each other and are not moving static electricity

Magnetism & Electromagnetism Crossword

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Create the electromagnetic waves that propagate through the air ANTENNA
A device that changes motion into electricity using magnets and spinning coils of wire. GENERATOR
A device that uses the Earth's magnetic field to indicate which way north is. COMPASS
The ability of certain materials to exert a force of attraction or repulsion on certain metal. Basic property of matter. Magnetism
The force of attraction or repulsion between magnetic poles varies directly with pole strength and inversely as the square of the distance between them. Gauss Law
Strongly attracted to magnets,Can usually be permanently magnetized Ferromagnetic
Slightly attracted to magnets , MRI contrast agents. Paramagnetic
Slightly repelled by magnets Diamagnetic
Unaffected by magnetic, Cannot be magnetized Nonmagnetic
An accumulation of dipoles arranged North to South.A quantity that determines the force that the magnet can exert on electric currents and the torque that a magnetic field will exert on it. Magnetic moment
the process of generating current through a wire in a circuit in a changing magnetic field ELECTROMAGNETICINDUCTION
each form of the same atom that has the same chemical properties but a different mass ISOPTOPE
device that increases or decrease potential differences with relatively little waste of energy TRANSFORMERS
exists in a space where magnets would experience a force MAGNETICFIELD
oscillating electric and magnetic fields that propagate through space and matter ELECTROMAGNETICWAVES
secondary potential difference is smaller than primary potential difference STEPDOWNTRANSFORMER
two opposite end, called poles POLARIZED
the process of generating current through a wire in a circuit in a changing magnetic field ELECTROMAGNETICINDUCTION
secondary potential difference is larger than primary potential difference STEPUPTRANSFORMER
converts mechanical energy to electrical energy ELECTRICGENERATOR
device that converts voice, music, pictures, or data to electronic signals, amplifies signals, and then sends the signal to an antenna TRANSMITTER
An alloy containing iron, nickel, aluminum, and either cobalt, copper, or titanium. Utilized for man-made, permanent magnets Alnico
The ease with which a material can be magnetized Permeability
The ability of a magnet to resist demagnetization. Retentively
Process by which a magnet induces a non-magnet to become magnetized. Lines of force, flux lines, Magnetic lines of induction. •Magnetic domains align giving a net North and South pole. Magnetic induction

Atomic Structure Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
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The smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element. Atom
A subatomic particle that has no change and that is found in the nucleus of an atom. neutron
A region around the nucleus of an atom whose electrons are likely to be found. electron cloud
A unit of mass that describes the mass of an atom or molecule. atomic mass unit
An atom's central region, which is made up of protons and neutrons. nucleus
An atom that has the same number of protons/atomic number as other atoms of the same element do but that has a different number of neutrons/atomic mass. isotope
The mass of an atomn expressed in atomic mass units. atomic mass
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is found in the nucleus of an atom. proton
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge. electron
The sum of the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom. mass number
The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom; the atom's number is the same for all atoms of an element. atomic number
Plays in radioactive atoms that changes a neutron to a proton or electron. weak force
A type of physical that occurs between electrically charged particles. electromagnetic force
The force that holds particles together in the atomic nucleus. strong force
A force that attracts any objects with mass. gravitational force

Static Electricity Crossword

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a form of charge - positive or negative electriccharge
object with an equal number of electrons and protons neutral
an object that has more electrons than protons negatively charged
an object with fewer electrons than protons positively charged
imbalance of electric charge on the surface of an object static electricity
the force exerted by an object with an electric charge electric force
a shift in the position of electrons in a neutral object when a charge is near: _________ charge separation induced
a list of materials arranged in order of their tendency to gain electrons electrostaticseries
charging an object by contact with a charged object: charging by _________ conduction
connecting an object to a large body, like Earth, to remove an electric charge grounding
a material that allows electrons to move easily through it conductor
a material that does not easily allow electrons to move through it insulator
charging an object by bringing a charged object close to, but not touching, a neutral object: charging by ______ induction
a very dramatic electric discharge lightning
used to direct lightning through a safe path to the ground: lightning ____ rod
a positively charged sub-atomic particle positive
static electricity is a useful form of _______ electricity