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Physical Science Ch.13-14

Across
Stores electric charge
Musschenbroek designed the Leyden jar to ____ electric charge
Charge transfer that is temporary
Simplest form of electricity
the temperature at which ferromagnetic substances no longer have domains
2 types of electron motion: spin & ______
Wrote the book De Magnete to publish his proposal of the earths magnetic field
boundary of the magnetosphere
electron motion contributes the most to magnetism
opposite charges attract and like charged repel each other according to which law
Laser printers use this method to copy images
A material that has several unpaired electron per atom
Imaginary lines showing the strength and direction of a magnetic field
A group of aligned atoms having a single magnetic field
A material that has only 1 unpaired electron per atom
A device designed to attract electricity from tall structures and redirect to the ground
Down
Transfer of charge through conduction is _____
An object with no electric charge
the study of the nature, behavior, and uses of static electricity
Which electron motion contributes the most to magnetism
the amount of deviation a compass needle deviates from true N
Stream of electrons from a cloud that initiates the formation of a lightning strike
SI unit of electric charge
A permanent magnet is made with magnetically ___ material
Lines connecting points of = inclination
Magnetically soft material Is ised to make a _____ magnet
An object that is negative has an ___ of electrons
opposite poles attract and like poles repel each other according to which law
Imaginary lines showing the strength and direction of an electric field
A material that has no unpaired electrons
The extent at which a material can channel or absorb lines of magnetiic flux
The form of the mineral magnetite that was used in early compasses
The process of directing unwanted electric charge into the earth