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Battery 
Is a combination of electrochemical cells connected together 

Electrochemical cells 
Convert chemical energy into electrical energy stored in chargesterminals 

Terminals 
Or the endpoints where we make a connection 

Energy 
The Ability to do work 

Kinetic energy 
Is energy a moving object has because of its motion 

Kinetic energy 
Is energy a moving object has because of its motion 

Potential energy 
Is the energy stored in an object 

Electric potential energy 
The electrical energy stored in a battery 

Potential difference for voltage 
The amount of electrical potential energy per one column of charge 

Volt 
The unit for measuring potential difference 

Volt 
The unit for measuring potential difference 

Voltmeter 
A device that measures the amount of potential difference between two locations of charge separation 

Electrodes 
The two terminals of the battery 

Electrodes 
The two terminals of the battery 

Electrolyte 
Electrodes are in an electrolyte which is a substance that conducts electricity in a dry cell the electrolyte is a moist piece you know what cell electrolyte is a fluid 

Electrodes 
The two terminals of the battery 

Electrolyte 
Electrodes are in an electrolyte which is a substance that conducts electricity in a dry cell the electrolyte is a moist piece you know what cell electrolyte is a fluid 

Examples of electrical energy sources 
Friction Piezoelectric crystals photo electrochemical cells Thermocouples generators 

Electrodes 
The two terminals of the battery 

Electrolyte 
Electrodes are in an electrolyte which is a substance that conducts electricity in a dry cell the electrolyte is a moist piece you know what cell electrolyte is a fluid 

Examples of electrical energy sources 
Friction Piezoelectric crystals photo electrochemical cells Thermocouples generators 

Electric circuit 
A complete pathway that allows electrons to flow 

Electrodes 
The two terminals of the battery 

Electrolyte 
Electrodes are in an electrolyte which is a substance that conducts electricity in a dry cell the electrolyte is a moist piece you know what cell electrolyte is a fluid 

Examples of electrical energy sources 
Friction Piezoelectric crystals photo electrochemical cells Thermocouples generators 

Electric circuit 
A complete pathway that allows electrons to flow 

Electrical load 
Any device that transforms electrical energy into other forms of 

Electrodes 
The two terminals of the battery 

Electrolyte 
Electrodes are in an electrolyte which is a substance that conducts electricity in a dry cell the electrolyte is a moist piece you know what cell electrolyte is a fluid 

Examples of electrical energy sources 
Friction Piezoelectric crystals photo electrochemical cells Thermocouples generators 

Electric circuit 
A complete pathway that allows electrons to flow 

Electrical load 
Any device that transforms electrical energy into other forms of 

Circuit diagrams 
Diagrams that you symbols to represent the different components of the circuit 

Electrodes 
The two terminals of the battery 

Electrolyte 
Electrodes are in an electrolyte which is a substance that conducts electricity in a dry cell the electrolyte is a moist piece you know what cell electrolyte is a fluid 

Examples of electrical energy sources 
Friction Piezoelectric crystals photo electrochemical cells Thermocouples generators 

Electric circuit 
A complete pathway that allows electrons to flow 

Electrical load 
Any device that transforms electrical energy into other forms of 

Circuit diagrams 
Diagrams that you symbols to represent the different components of the circuit 

Current electricity 
The continuous flow of a charge in a complete circuit 

Electric current 
Defined as the amount of charge passing a point in a contractor every second 

Electric current 
Defined as the amount of charge passing a point in a contractor every second 

Amperes 
Electric current is measured in this 

Electric current 
Defined as the amount of charge passing a point in a contractor every second 

Amperes 
Electric current is measured in this 

Ammeter 
Is a device used to measure the current in a circuit 

Resistance 
Is the property of any material that slows down the flow of electrons and converts electrical energy into other forms of energy 

Resistance 
Is the property of any material that slows down the flow of electrons and converts electrical energy into other forms of energy 

Electrical resistance 
Is the radio of the voltage to the current 

Resistance 
Is the property of any material that slows down the flow of electrons and converts electrical energy into other forms of energy 

Electrical resistance 
Is the radio of the voltage to the current 

Ohm 
Do unit of measurement for electrical resistance 

Resistance 
Is the property of any material that slows down the flow of electrons and converts electrical energy into other forms of energy 

Electrical resistance 
Is the radio of the voltage to the current 

Ohm 
Do unit of measurement for electrical resistance 

Ohms law 
The mathematical relationship comparing voltage V current I and resistance R R=V/I 

Resistance 
Is the property of any material that slows down the flow of electrons and converts electrical energy into other forms of energy 

Electrical resistance 
Is the radio of the voltage to the current 

Ohm 
Do unit of measurement for electrical resistance 

Ohms law 
The mathematical relationship comparing voltage V current I and resistance R R=V/I 

Ohmmeter 
Is a device that measures resistance 

Resistance 
Is the property of any material that slows down the flow of electrons and converts electrical energy into other forms of energy 

Electrical resistance 
Is the radio of the voltage to the current 

Ohm 
Do unit of measurement for electrical resistance 

Ohms law 
The mathematical relationship comparing voltage V current I and resistance R R=V/I 

Ohmmeter 
Is a device that measures resistance 

Resistor 
In electrical component that has a specific resistance 