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so it an electrical force??
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Is a balloon being rubbed on something an exerting force?

no


A balloon rubbed with synthetic cloth sticks to the wallwhat force is responsible for this?

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What happens to a balloon rubbed with plastic?

the balloon becomes positively charged.


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When rubbing a balloon with a wool cloth, it puts negative charges on the balloon. Negative charges attract to positive charges. If a balloon is not rubbed with the wool cloth, it has an equal amount of negative to positive charges, so it will attract to a rubbed balloon. When both balloons are rubbed with the wool cloth, the both receive negative charges, so they will repel each other.


A rubbed balloon will stick to a wooden wall which demonstrated charge?

A rubbed balloon will stick to a wooden wall demonstrating the charge of static electricity. The friction of the rubbing of the balloon causes the charge to build.


Why does a balloon stick to the wall after it is rubbed on polymer?

The idea is that the balloon gains electric charge.


Why does a balloon stick to to a wall after it has been rubbed on your hair?

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Why does a balloon stick to a wall when its rubbed on hair?

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Why does a balloon stick to the wall when it is rubbed with wool?

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A balloon is rubbed all over with wool. The balloon will now attract the wool because?

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