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What are questions about static eletricity?
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What is the largest discharge of static eletricity you have ever seen?
How is static electricity different from current eletricity?
Effect of static electricity on the human body?
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What are some testable questions involving static electricity For example Does rubbing an object more cause more static electricity?
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How do you make static eletricity?
Static electricity is electricity that is staying in one place. It can be causes by the electrons of one objects moving to another, which leads to one objects gaining electrons making it negatively charged, and the other losing electrons making it positively charged. For example, you can create static electricity by rubbing a balloon on your woolen jumper. When rubbing, that causes the electrons to transfer. After rubbing, the balloon becomes negatively charged. Now you have a statically charged balloon!
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Difference between static and dynamic list?
The size or length of the list. For static, the size is a constant, while the size of a dynamic list may change over time. The 7 weekdays is static (in size/length, though the content is static as well), while the questions and answers at answers.com are 2 dynamic lists (the sizes are not constants, although just growing)
Asked in Technology
Why does the word static is appropiate for the term stattic electricity?
Because one of the items that is touched has a static charge. Static means that it is stored, not moving. What we experience as a static shock such as touching a door handle in the middle of winter, is actually the transfer of static electricity (from our bodies) to something more conductive (the metal of the doorknob). Up to that time, a static electric potential was stored on the surface of the skin waiting for a chance to leap free. Does this help? If not or if you have other questions, feel free to let me know.