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Electricity - Parallel Series Circuit Lab Read Me Build the...

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Parallel & Series Circuit Lab Lamp 1 Lamp 2 Switch 1 Switch 2 Switc h 1 Switc h 2 Lamp Lamp  2 Off Off On Off Off On On On Switc h 1 Switc h 2 Lamp Lamp  2 Off Off On Off Off On On On Read Me Build the test circuit. Build the series circuit & fill out the table. Build the Parallel circuit & fill out the table. Switch 1 Switch 2 Lamp 1 Lamp 2
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Lamp 1 Lamp 2 Switch 1 Switch 2
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Foil (glued onto bottom half of stick) Wire coil (covered with glue) Wire ends (stripped) Cardboard tube Wood shtick El Motor
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El Motor
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Foil (through bottom of holes) Magnets Cardboard
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Vibration Potential Vibration/Wave mechanical oscillations about an equilibrium point. Earthquake Sound Trampoline Pendulum Spring (car) guitar string Ocean Wave a disturbance that propagates through space and time, usually with transferrance of energy. Wave
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Electricity filament
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Electricity D.C . Direct Current A.C. Alternating Current
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Electricity - electrons moving through a metal wire.
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Atomic Absorption
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Atomic Emission Magic is technology that is not understood.
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A television is an Electron Gun
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9V + - with dc voltage Generating an Electric Field - +
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