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 ________ ________ are wired from top and bottom so when one goes out, the other doesn't. Parallel circuits ______ ________ are wired from side-side, so when one goes out, so does the other Series circuits what type of circuits are most houses wired in? Parallel circuits series circuits have the _____ voltage same parallel circuits have slightly _____ voltage different _____ to ______ won't work when trying to connect a dry cell for light negative, negative double the voltage means you... double the light measured in ohms, symbol is R resistance measured in amps, symbol is I current measured in volts, symbol is V voltage measured in watts, symbol is P Power measured in ohms, symbol is V Volts measured in watts, symbol is A Amps formula for ohms law V=IR formula for power P=VI two types of magnets temporary and permanent how do permanent magnets lose magnetism? Dropped or mis-stored name 3 ways to increase tje strength of electromagnets Add coils increase voltage use an iron bar down the middle state the law of magnetism opposites attract, likes repel true or false different substances have different specific heats true amount of heat needed to raise 1g of a substance specific heat water's specific heat 4.18 J/g'C heat travels through solids conduction heat travels through nothing radiation heat travels through liquids and gases convection electromagnetic radiation felt as heat IR rays name the common states of matter Solid Liquid Gas motion of particles for a solid Vibrate close motion particles for a liquid swirl fairly close motion particles for a gas swirl moving very fast changing processes melting feezing vaporization condensation sublimination amount of heat needed to melt 1g of a substance already at melting point heat of fusion amount of heat needed to vaporize 1g of a substance already at boiling point heat of vaporization V(cm3)and T'K of a gas are directly related Charle's Law Boyle's Law states: V(cm3) and ATM of a gas sample are _______ related indirectly