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This resource is an interactive student tutorial on electricity designed for secondary science classrooms.  It is organized into sequenced headings that each contain interactive simulations and reflective questions.  It begins with an overview of the structure of matter and then explores Ohm's Law, series and parallel circuits, conductors and insulators, AC and DC current, and electromagnetic induction.

This resource is part of a collection developed by the Non-Destructive Testing Resource Center at Iowa State University.

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Electricity & Magnetism
- AC Circuits
- DC Circuits
- Electromagnetic Induction
= Induced Currents and Forces
- General
Modern Physics
- Atomic Physics
= Atomic Models
= Electron Properties
- Middle School
- High School
- Instructional Material
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NDT, charge, circuit diagrams, conductors, eddy current, electrical charge, electricity, electricity tutorial, electrostatic field, insulators, middle school tutorial, tutorial, valence shell
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### AAAS Benchmark Alignments (1993 Version)

#### 4. THE PHYSICAL SETTING

D. The Structure of Matter
• 4D (9-12) #1.  Atoms are made of a positive nucleus surrounded by negative electrons. An atom's electron configuration, particularly the outermost electrons, determines how the atom can interact with other atoms. Atoms form bonds to other atoms by transferring or sharing electrons.
G. Forces of Nature
• 4G (9-12) #4.  Different kinds of materials respond differently to electric forces. In conducting materials such as metals, electric charges flow easily, whereas in insulating materials such as glass, they can move hardly at all. At very low temperatures, some materials become superconductors and offer no resistance to the flow of current. In between these extremes, semiconducting materials differ greatly in how well they conduct, depending on their exact composition.
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