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  1. Silver, gold, copper, aluminumIn the conductor is not a sphere, the charge is more concentrated whenever the contour is a _____ curve and most concentrated wherever the contour comes to a corner a _____

          

  2. Stronger, weskerThe lines of force are distributed so that they are closer together where the field is _______ and farther apart where the field is ______.

          

  3. NeutralAny object with no electric charge is said to be ____

          

  4. InsulatorAn object that does cannot transfer a charge

          

  5. Sharper; pointExtent to which a medium allows an electric field to act between charges

          

  6. V/m____ electric field remains within the body of a conductor

          

  7. (22.2) Electric fieldThe formula used to determine

          

  8. PerpendicularThe lines of force are _____________ to every charged surface

          

  9. EquipotentialThe conductor must have an ________ surface

          

  10. (22.3) electric potential energySymbolized by E

          

  11. Corona dischargeGradual discharge to the air producing a dull glow; also called st. Elmo's fire

          

  12. No____ electric field remains within the body of a conductor

          

  13. (22.1) DischargeSudden release of accumulated electric charge

          

  14. N/C____ electric field remains within the body of a conductor

          

  15. Equipotential linesTotal energy per number of coulombs

          

  16. AnionAn atom that has lost (an) electron(s) is a ______

          

  17. SemiconductorsAn object that transmits current efficiently are _________

          

  18. TangentAn atom that has gained (an) electron(s)

          

  19. GroundWire or conductor in contact with the earth

          

  20. PositiveA deficiency of electrons results in a ______ charge

          

  21. F = |q1||q2| / r^2The law of lecturing force formula

          

  22. ConductorsAn object that transmits current efficiently are _________

          

  23. 1.602 x 10 ^-19Value of (epsilon)o

          

  24. N / CUnit indicating

          

  25. Static electricityOne charge's influence on another charge at some distance

          

  26. GradientThe direction of a field strength is ________ to a line or force at every point

          

  27. Uniform fieldThe conductor must have an ________ surface

          

  28. Electric potential differenceWork required of an external force to move a unit positive charge

          

  29. Law of electric forceThe formula used to determine

          

  30. Electric potential energyTotal energy per number of coulombs

          

  31. Positively, negativelyThe lines of force originate in a ________ charged body and terminate in a ________ charged body

          

  32. ElectroscopeA simple device used to test the charge of an object

          

  33. ElectronsResponsible for the flow of charge in a solid conductor

          

  34. SurfaceConduction results in a temporary ____ charge on the neutral body as on the charged object

          

  35. 8.85 x 10^-12Value of (epsilon)o

          

  36. OppositeA deficiency of electrons results in a ______ charge

          

  37. Coulomb (C)The SI unit of charge

          

  38. Law of electric chargeWhat law states like charges repel and unlike charges attract?

          

  39. Lines of forceAn object that does cannot transfer a charge

          

  40. NegativeAn excess of electrons results in a ______ charge

          

  41. (Epsilon)Greek letter symbolizing Permivity

          

  42. 8.99 x 10^9Value of (epsilon)o

          

  43. PermitvityA deficiency of electrons results in a ______ charge

          

  44. Test chargeConduction results in a temporary ____ charge on the neutral body as on the charged object

          

  45. CurrentThe direction of a field strength is ________ to a line or force at every point

          

  46. ConductionFlow of electrons (current) through a conductor or form one object to another

          

  47. Electric potentialTotal energy per number of coulombs

          

  48. E = (k)|q| /(qo)Formula for the strength of a field at a given distance

          

  49. SameUnit indicating

          

  50. CationAn atom that has gained (an) electron(s)

          

  51. E = F/qoUnit for an electric field

          

  52. InductionFlow of electrons (current) through a conductor or form one object to another

          

  53. DelocalizedAny object with no electric charge is said to be ____