Type
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Description

distance between successive peaks of electromagnetic waves wavelength
measurement of the distance between two wavelengths waveform
unit that measures how much electric energy is being used in one second watt
apparatus that changes alternating current to direct current rectifier
negative pole or positive pole of an electric current polarity
process that turns the light from a medical laser device into heat photothermolysis
unit that measures the resistance of an eclectic current ohm
a material that does not transmit electricity nonconductor
currents used in electrical facial and scalp treatments modalities
abbreviated mA ; 1/1000 of an ampere milliampere
extremely low level of electricity that mirrors the body's natural electrical impulses microcurrent
1000 watts kilowatt
light at either end of the visible spectrum of light that is invisible to the naked eye invisible light
opposite pole from the active electrode inactive electrode
completes an electric circuit and carries the current safely away grounding
prevents excessive current from passing through a circuit fuse
name given to all of the forms of energy that exists electromagnet spectrum
apparatus that changes direct current to alternating current converter
any material that conducts electricity conductor

Ch. 13 Electricity Word Search

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Word Search
Description

LED
chromophore
wavelength
waveform
photothermolysis
catalysts
laser
microcurrent
desincrustation
anaphoresis
cataphoresis
iontophoresis
inactive electrode
active electrode
galvanic current
cathode
anode
polarity
electrode
modalities
grounding
circuit breaker
fuse
kilowatt
watt
ohm
milliampere
ampere
volt
rectifier
alternating current
direct current
nonconductor
electricity

Chapter 13 Basics of Electricity Word Scramble

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Word Scramble
Description

watt
cathode
anode
conductor
converter
desincrustation
direct current
electric current
electricity
intense pulse light
iontophoresis
microcurrent
milliampere
modalities
nonconductor
photothermolysis
wavelength

Electricity Worksheet

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Matching Worksheet
Description

Electricity Movement of electrons
A good conductor Copper
Nonconductor is also known as an insulator
Changes AC to DC Rectifier
Rapid, interrupted current flowing in one direction then in the opposite direction Alternating current
Unit that measures the pressure or force that pushes electric current forward Volt
Measures the strength of an electric current Ampere
Current used for facial and scalp treatments is measured in Milliampere
Measures the resistance of an electric current Ohm
Prevents excessive current from passing through a circuit Fuse
All electrical appliances you use should be .. UL certified
Currents used in electrical facial and scalp treatments Modalities
Positive electrode Anode
Negative electrode Cathode
Form of anaphoresis; Used to treat acne, milia, and comedones Deincrustation
Process of infusing water-soluble products into the skin with the use of an electric current Iontophoresis
Extremely low level of electricity that mirrirs the body's natural electrical impulses Microcurrent
Also known as violet ray Tesla high-frequency current
The distance between two successive peaks of electromagnetic waves Wavelength
Visible light makes up how much of natural sunlight 35%
Invisible infrared light makes up how much of natural sunlight 60%
Invisible ultraviolet light makes up how much of natural sunlight? 5%
The shortest and least penetrating light of the spectrum ultraviolet light
Substances that speed up chemical reactions Catalysts

Electromagnetism Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

two opposite end, called poles polarized
create the electromagnetic waves that propagate through the air ANTENNA
a specific wave length in the radio part of the electromagnetic spectrum CARRIERWAVE
a poor conductor of electric current whose electric charges partially align with an electric field DIELECTRIC
a group of neighboring atoms whose poles are aligned DOMAIN
generated in any piece of metal moving through a magnetic field; the magnetic they produce opposes the motion that caused the currents EDDYCURRENTS
converts mechanical energy to electrical energy ELECTRICGENERATOR
a magnet whose magnetic field is produced by electric current ELECTROMAGNET
the process of generating current through a wire in a circuit in a changing magnetic field ELECTROMAGNETICINDUCTION
oscillating electric and magnetic fields that propagate through space and matter ELECTROMAGNETICWAVES
a device used to measure very small currents GALVANOMETER
each form of the same atom that has the same chemical properties but a different mass ISOPTOPE
magnetic field produced by the induced current is in the direction that is opposite the original field LENZSLAW
exists in a space where magnets would experience a force MAGNETICFIELD
number of magnetic passing through a surface perpendicular to the lines MAGNETICFLUX
an instrument that measures the charge-to-mass ratio of positive ions within a material MASSSPECTROMETER
wire connected to a circuit and coiled into many spiral loops SOLENOID
secondary potential difference is smaller than primary potential difference STEPDOWNTRANSFORMER
secondary potential difference is larger than primary potential difference STEPUPTRANSFORMER
device that converts voice, music, pictures, or data to electronic signals, amplifies signals, and then sends the signal to an antenna TRANSMITTER
device that increases or decrease potential differences with relatively little waste of energy TRANSFORMERS

Chapter 12 Vocabulary Test Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Completes an electrical circuit and carries the current safely away. Electrical Ground
A resettable electrical safety device that automatically shuts off an electric current at first indication of an overload. Circuit Breaker
A single-use devise designed to provide protection from an electrical overload. Fuse
Electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, but longer than x-rays. Ultraviolet Radiation
The movement of electrons from one atom to another along a conductor. Electricity
Any substance that easily allows the flow of electricity with little resistance. Conductor
Nonconductor; a substance that doesn't easily allow the flow of electricity. Insulator
The flow of electricity in a complete electric circuit. Electric Current
Changes direct current to alternating current. Inverter
Changes alternating current to direct current. Rectifier
The unit that measures the pressure or that pushes the flow of electrons forward through a complete electric current. Volt
The unit that measures the number of electrons that flow through a complete electric circuit. Amp
One thousandth of an ampere Milliampere
A unit that measures the resistance in an electric circuit. Ohm
A measurement of how much electricity is being used in one second. Watt
1,000 watts; measured by the hour. Kilowatt

Electricity and Magnetism Crossword

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Crossword
Description

material that can carry electricity or heat conductor
a device that turns chemical energy into electrical energy electric cell
tiny particles that carry units of electricity electric charges
the pathway that an electric current follows electric circuit
a continuous flow of electric charges electric current
a temporary magnet that uses electricity to produce magnetism electromagnet
a devise that uses magnetism to convert energy of motion into electrical energy generator
material taht resist the flow of electricity or heat insulator
an object that attracts iron and certain other materials magnet
the two areas on a magnet where the magnetic force is greatest magnetic poles
a device that changes electrical energy into energy of motion motor
a circuit in which parts are connected so that the electric current passes along more than one pathway parallel circuit
a circuit in which the parts are connected so that the electric current passes through each part along a single pathway series circuit
an electric charge that builds up on a material static electricity

Electromagnetic Spectrum Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Part of the electromagnetic spectrum that has the longest wavelength Radio Wave
Distance from a center line to the top of a crest or the bottom of a trough Amplitude
The distance between crests of a wave Wavelength
Allows us to see the colors of the stars Visible Telescope
Detect wavelengths emitted from hot stars Ultraviolet telescope
Our biggest evidence that the universe is expanding and the big bang happened Red Shift
A theory our universe began as a single atom and began a violent expansion at the speed of light Big Bang
Helps us detect black holes Xray telescope
Detects what an item is made up of Visible Color
Part of the electromagnetic spectrum that has the highest frequency Gammaray
Form of energy that is all around us and takes many forms ERM
Range of all types of radiation. EM Spectrum
These detect infrared rays of heat Infrared Telescope
One Earth Year Revolution
Number of waves passing a point in a certain time. Frequency
Energy being emitted from a source Light

Current Events Word Search

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Description

Watt
Volt
Short circuit
Ohm
Kilowatt hour
Fuse
Circuit breaker
Ampere
Series circuit
Resistance
Parallel circuit
Generator
Direct current
Alternating current
Insulator
Dry cell
Circuit
Battery
Static electricity
Electron
Electricity
Current
Conductor

Waves and Electromagnetic Spectrum Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

For waves on the surface of the ocean or lakes wave
This article is about the scalar physical quantity enegry
a measurement that indicates the movement or vibration of something (such as a sound wave or a radio wave) amplitude
Frequency is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit time frequency
In physics, the wavelength of a sinusoidal wave is the spatial period of the wave—the distance over which the wave's shape repeats, wavelength
the lowest turning point of a wave cycle trough
A crest is a point on the wave where the displacement of the medium is at a maximum. crest
A transverse wave is a moving wave that consists of oscillations occurring perpendicular to the direction of energy transfer. transverse wave
Longitudinal waves, also known as "l waves", are waves in which the displacement of the medium is in the same direction as, or the opposite direction to, the direction of travel of the wave. longitudinal wave
the point or place where something begins or is created line of origin
Infrared (IR) is invisible radiant energy, infared light
Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum longer than infrared light. radio waves
Ultraviolet (UV) light is an electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength from 10 nm (30 PHz) to 380 nm (750 THz), shorter than that of visible light but longer than X-rays. ultraviolet light
A gamma wave is a pattern of neural oscillation in humans with a frequency between 25 and 100 Hz,[1] though 40 Hz is typical.[2] gamma waves
Visible light waves are the only electromagnetic waves we can see visible light
Space void of matter. vacuum
is a form of electromagnetic radiation x-ray waves
a type of electromagnetic radiation, as are radio waves, ultraviolet radiation, X-rays and gamma-rays microwaves
pertaining to, or produced by electromagnetism. electromagnetic

Electricity And Magnetism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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