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Electric Charge Static ElectricityCh Electricity Electric Charge Static Electricity Conductors Insulators Electroscope Transferring Charge 1 1
Static Electricity Static Electricitythe net accumulation of electric charges on an object Behavior of Charges opposite charges attract like charges repel
Static Electricity Static Dischargethe movement of electrons to relieve a separation in charge
Conductors Conductor material that allows electrons to move through it easily ex: metals like copper and silver
Insulators Insulator material that doesn’t allow electrons to move through it easily ex: plastic, wood, rubber, glass
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Transferring Charge InductionTransfer of charge without contact (objects come close to one another) Wall Doorknob Van de Graaf
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