# Chapter 7 Electricity

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Chapter 7 quiz - electricity

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• 1.
PAtoms contain particles called (select 3 answers)
• A.

Static

• B.

Protons

• C.

Particles

• D.

Neutrons

• E.

Electrons

• 2.
2 types of electron charges
• A.

Protons have negative electric charge

• B.

Protons have a positive electric charge

• C.

Electrons have negative electric charge

• D.

Electrons have positive electric charge

• E.

Protons and electrons have a neutral charge

• 3.
• A.

Charge is neither created nor destroyed

• B.

The accumulation of excess electric charge on an object is called static electricity

• C.

An electric field surrounds every electric charge and exerts the force that causes other electric charges to be attracted or repelled

• D.

Electrons are bound more tightly to some atoms and molecules

• E.

Any charge that is placed in an electric field will be pushed or pulled by the field

• 4.
• A.

Electrons are bound more tightly to some atoms and molecules

• B.

Any charge that is placed in an electric field will be pushed or pulled by the field

• C.

Whenever an object becomes charged, electric charges have moved from one place to another.

• D.

Protons and electrons have electric charges and neutrons do not

• E.

Whenever an object becomes charged, electric charges have moved from one place to another

• 5.
T  or F  Protons and electrons have electric charges and neutrons do not.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 6.
Protons have _______ electric charge.
• A.

Positive

• B.

Negative

• 7.
Electrons have _____ electric charges.
• A.

Positive

• B.

Negative

• 8.
Electrons are bound more tightly to some ____ and ______.
• A.

Protons, neutrons

• B.

Atoms, electrons

• C.

Electrons, protons

• D.

Protons, molecules

• E.

Atoms, molecules

• 9.
The accumulation of excess electric charge on an object is called _____ ______.
• A.

Electric charges

• B.

Static electricity

• C.

Electric field

• D.

Law of conservation

• E.

Repelled charges

• 10.
Charge is created then destroyedT  or F
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 11.
Charge can be transferred from object to object
• A.

Electric charges

• B.

Law of Ohms

• C.

Static electricity

• D.

Law of conservation

• E.

Electric field

• 12.
T  or   FAn electric field surrounds every electric charge an exerts the force that causes other electric charges to be attracted or repelled.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 13.
T  or FAny charge that is placed in an electric field will be pushed but not pulled by the field.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 14.
Large static discharge
• A.

Grounding

• B.

Detecting electric charge

• C.

Lightning

• D.

Thunder

• 15.
Not only does _____ produce a brilliant flash of light, it also generates power sound waves.
• A.

Electricity, thunder

• B.

Lightning,electricity

• C.

Thunder,lightning

• D.

Lightning,thunder

• 16.
A static discharge is a transfer of charge between two objects because of a buildup of ____ _____ causing ____.
• A.

Static electricity, lightning

• B.

Electric charge, lightning

• C.

Conductor charge, lightning

• D.

Static electricity, thunder

• 17.
A discharge can occur anytime that charge builds up in one area.
• A.

Detecting electric charge

• B.

Protons

• C.

Electrons

• D.

Lightning

• E.

Grounding

• 18.
The presence of electric charge can be detected by an electoscope.
• A.

Grounding

• B.

Thunder

• C.

Lightning

• D.

Detecting electric charge

• 19.
Connecting an object to earth with a conductor.
• A.

Lightning

• B.

Thunder

• C.

Grounding

• D.

Detecting electric charge

• 20.
A material in which electrons are nto able to move easily.
• A.

Conductors

• B.

Gravitational force

• C.

Thunder

• D.

Insulator

• 21.
All atoms are held together by
• A.

Electrical force

• B.

Conductors

• C.

Transfer of electrons

• D.

Distance

• 22.
Electrical forces
• A.

A material in which electrons are able to move easily.

• B.

Rubbing two materials together.

• C.

The rearrangement of electrons on a neutral object caused by a nearby charged object.

• D.

Protons and electrons that are tremendously large than the gravitational force between the same particles.

• 23.
A material in which electrons are able to move easily.
• A.

Gravitational force

• B.

Electric force

• C.

Conductor

• D.

Insulator

• E.

Induction

• 24.
Metals
• A.

Conductors

• B.

Insulators

• C.

Grounding

• 25.
Plastics
• A.

Conductors

• B.

Insulators

• C.

Grounding

• 26.
T  or  FRubbing two materials together can result in a transfer of protons.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 27.
What happens to material rubbed together?
• A.

Static electricity

• B.

One material is left with a negative charge and the other with a less amount of positive charge.

• C.

One material is left with a positive charge and the other with a less amount of negative charge.

• D.

One material is left with a positive charge and the other with an equal amount of negative charges.

• 28.
The process of transferring charge by touching or rubbing is called.
• A.

Charging by contact

• B.

Static electricity

• C.

Charging by distance

• D.

Gravitational forces

• 29.
Because electrical forces act at a ______, charged objects brought near a _____ object will cause _____ to rearrange their position on the _____ object.
• A.

Neutral, electrons, distance, neutral

• B.

Electrons, distance, neutral, neutral

• C.

Distance, neutral, electrons, neutral

• D.

Electrons, neutral, distance, neutral

• 30.
The rearrangement of electrons on a neutral object caused by a nearby charged object is called
• A.

Static electricity

• B.

Thunder

• C.

Charging objects

• D.

Charging by contact

• E.

Charging by induction