Rubber, like the bottom of a pair of tennis shoes.
An electrostatic spray gun operates with an electrical charge. A wire is connected to the part being sprayed, and an electrical charge is applied. The gun has an opposite charge. When the material is sprayed it is attracted to the part because of the charges.
It is static electricity or in other words just static, or just a static charge.
An electrical charge in motion is called a current.
Rubber is one. :)
A positive charge is a positive electrical charge. Particles with no charge are called neutral particles.
The component of an IED that creates an electrical charge is typically a battery or power source. This electrical charge is used to initiate the explosive material or trigger the detonation mechanism of the IED.
Elementary charge, or e, of a proton!
That is called an electrical current.