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field model

A theoretical approach to accurately explaining such three dimensional phenomenon as magnetic electric and gravitational forces, as well as sound propagation and subatomic particles fluxes

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Electric field

The region surrounding a charge object in which it can exert and electrical force

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Line of force

One of a number of imaginary lines, defining the direction and intensity of the force exerted by the field, at all points surrounding an electric charge or magnet

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Test charge

A positive charge small enough that it does not disort an electric field, and that is used to determine the direction of the electric field vector

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Electric field strength (E)

The direction and magnitude of the electric field at a point in space

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Electrical potential (V)

The amount of work per unit charge that is needed to prove a charge a certain distance from a point charge; V=Uelq

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Potential difference (△v)

The difference of electrical potential between two locations in a circuit or in space

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Volt (v)

The derived SI unit used to measure electrical potential and potential difference; lV=1 J/C

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Equipotential surface

Imaginary surface in a magical field I wish the electrical potential is the same at all points

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Leyden jar

And early compacitor

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Capacitor

A simple electrical device that is used to storage charge

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Plate

One of the conductors in a capacitor the anode in a vacuum tube

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dielectric

the insulator between the plates of a capacitor

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dielectric constant (k)

The ratio of electric field strength in a vacuum to the same field, passing through a particular material

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capacitance (c)

the amount of charge per volt of potential difference that a capacitor can store; measured in farads

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permittivity of free space

A measure of how effectively an electric field penetrates a vacuum

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Farad (F)

The derived SI unit of capacitance; 1F=1C/V

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Electrical components

Any device that is used in electrical circuit

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permittivity of material (ε)

A measure of the ability of a dielectric material between the plates of a capacitor to resist the formation of an electric field within it

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Conductor

Immaterial, consisting of particles with loosely held electrons that allows the easy transmission of thermal energy or electricity

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