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Basics Of Electricity: Milady Standard of Cosmetology

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Chapter 13 - Basics of Electricity Milady Standard of Cosmetology

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  • An insulator or ________ is a substance that does not easily transmit electricity
  • Commonly used modalities in cosmetology are Tesla high-frequency current, microcurrent, and ________.
  • What electrical term is abbreviated as AC?
  • A positive electrode is called a/an ________.
  • What apparatus changes alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC)?
  • Which apparatus conducts electrical current from an electrotherapy device to the client's skin?
  • The term used for measuring the strength of an electric current is ________.
  • What unit of measure is equivalent to 1/1,000 of an ampere?
  • The term used for measuring the resistance of an electric current is ________.
  • Which safety devices prevent the overheating of electric wires?
  • The term used for measuring how much electric energy is being used in one second is ________.
  • Infrared lamps are primarily used during hair conditioning treatments and to ________.
  • The type of light blocked by the ozone layer is ________.
  • Ultraviolet rays, also known as cold light, make up ________ percent of natural light.
  • Thirty-five percent of natural sunlight is made up of _________.
  • The distance between two successive peaks of electromagnetic waves is called ________.
  • An instrument producing moist, uniform heat that can be applied to the head or face is called a ________.
  • What is a thermal or heat-producing current with a high rate of oscillation or vibration that is commonly used for scalp and facial treatments?
  • An extremely low level of electricity that mirrors the body's natural electricity impulses is known as ________.
  • The process used to soften and emulsify grease deposits and blackheads in the hair follicle is called ________.
  • What process forces acidic substances into deeper tissues using galvanic current from the positive toward the negative pole?
  • The process of introducing water-soluble products into the skin with the use of electric current is known as ________.
  • Laser is the acronym for _________.
  • Removing blood vessels, disabling hair follicles, and eliminating some wrinkles may be accomplished using various ________ treatments.
  • LED is the abbreviated version of ________, which is used in treatments to reduce acne and increase skin circulation.
  • When electricity is in motion it exhibits magnetic, ________, or thermal effects.
  • What is the movement of electrons from one atom to another along a conductor?
  • Which material is a good conductor of electricity?
  • What are two types of electric current?
  • The path of an electric current from the generating source through the conductors and back to the original source is a/an ________ electric circuit.
  • Which phrase best describes direct current?
  • When working with electricity, appliances with a _________ offer the most protection for you and your clients.
  • The use of electrical currents to treat skin is commonly referred to as ________.
  • What type of current should be avoided for clients who are pregnant, have high blood pressure, or have a pacemaker?
  • What is the shortest and least penetrating light of the electromagnetic spectrum?
  • What term refers to substances that speed up chemical reactions?
  • Light therapy is known as ________.
  • What general term refers to a color component within the skin such as blood or melanin?