Charge Fundamentals

Unit 9: Electrostatics & Electricity
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Objective: Students will be able to define the law of charges, differentiate between conductors and insulators, and explore methods of charge transfer.

Big Idea: After students define key components of charge, they virtually explore charge transfer with a computer simulation.

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Science, charged particles, Physical Science, Electricity, electrostatics, Electron Affinity, protons, conduction, AP Physics, induction, electrons
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