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  1. Electrifying

  2. Electrifying Jeopardy

  3. Vocabulary The opposition to the flow of a current in a conductor . . . 100 Answer

  4. Resistance Back to Jeopardy

  5. Vocabulary The process of charging a conductor by bringing it near anouher charged object and grounding the conductor 200 Answer

  6. Induction Back to Jeopardy

  7. Vocabulary A region in which a magnetic force can be detected 300 Answer

  8. Magnetic Field Back to Jeopardy

  9. Vocabulary Describes a circuit or portion of a circuit that provides a single conducting path without junctions 400 Answer

  10. Series Circuit Back to Jeopardy

  11. Vocabulary A region in space around a charged object in which a stationary charged object experiences an electric force because of its charge 500 Answer

  12. Electric Field Back to Jeopardy

  13. Circuits In a series circuit the formula to find the currents at the power source and each resistor is. . . Answer 100

  14. IT=I1=I2=I3. . . Back to Jeopardy

  15. Circuits In a parallel circuit the formula to find the currents at the power source and each resistor is. . . Answer 200

  16. IT=I1+I2+I3. . Back to Jeopardy

  17. Circuits What is Ohm’s Law and what is the formula for finding power in a circuit? Answer 300

  18. Ohm’s Law I=V/R Power P=IV Back to Jeopardy

  19. Circuits In a parallel circuit the formula to find the potential difference at the power source and each resistor is. . . 400 Answer

  20. VT=V1=V2=V3 . . Back to Jeopardy

  21. Circuits In a series circuit the formula to find the potential difference at the power source and each resistor is. . . 500 Answer

  22. VT=V1+V2+V3. . . Back to Jeopardy

  23. Electrostatics The formula for Coulomb’s Law is. . . 100 Answer

  24. Felectric=(kq1q2)/d2 Back to Jeopardy

  25. Electrostatics The constant for k . . . 200 Answer

  26. 8.99 x 109 Nm2/C2 Back to Jeopardy

  27. Electrostatics The electron and proton of a hydrogen atom are separated, on average, by a distance of about 5.3 x 10-11m. Find the magnitudes of the electric force. Proton charge 1.60 x 10-19C Electron charge -1.60 x 10-19C 300 Answer

  28. Felectric = 8.2 x 10-8N Back to Jeopardy

  29. Electrostatics Draw the Electric Field lines of a positive charge and a negative charge + - 400 Answer

  30. Back to Jeopardy

  31. Electrostatics What is the electric force between 2.5 µC of charge and a rubber ball that has -5.0 µC of charge when they are separated by a distance of 5.0 cm? 500 Answer

  32. 45 N attractive Back to Jeopardy

  33. Magnetism A device that uses induction to convert mechanical energy to electrical energy 100 Answer

  34. Generator Back to Jeopardy

  35. Magnetism Converts electrical energy to mechanical energy. Instead of a current being generated by a rotating loop in a magnetic field, a current is supplied to the loop by an emf source and the magnetic force on the current loop causes it to rotate 200 Answer

  36. Motor Back to Jeopardy

  37. Magnetism Like magnetic poles ______ And opposite magnetic poles _______ 300 Answer

  38. Repel Attract Back to Jeopardy

  39. Magnetism The minimum number of poles for magnet is . . . 400 Answer

  40. Two Back to Jeopardy

  41. Magnetism A very strong magnet attracts both poles of a weak magnet. Why? 500 Answer

  42. It realigns the domains of the weaker magnet Back to Jeopardy

  43. Famous Dead Guys Supported idea of 2 types of charges. Invented the Lightning Rod 100 Answer

  44. Ben Franklin Back to Jeopardy

  45. Famous Dead Guys His oil drop experiment proved 1.60 x 10-19 C the charge of the electron. He applied Coulomb’s Law to measure the charge 200 Answer

  46. Robert Millikan Back to Jeopardy

  47. Famous Dead Guys Performed the Gold Foil experiment which established the planetary model of an atom that has electrons orbiting around a heavy, positively charged nucleus, which disproved the “plum pudding” model. He utilized alpha particles and gold foil. 300 Answer

  48. Ernest Rutherford Back to Jeopardy

  49. Famous Dead Guys Measured the speed of light, 3.00 x 108 m/s 400 Answer

  50. Albert Michelson Back to Jeopardy