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Ch Electricity Electric Charge Electric Charge Static Electricity Conductors Insulators Electroscope Transferring Charge
Static Electricity Static Electricity the net accumulation of electric charges on an object Behavior of Charges opposite charges attract like charges repel
Static Electricity Static Discharge the 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
Transferring Charge Friction Objects will either gain or lose e- through friction, acquiring a + or – charge Balloons Socks on carpet Car in winter Dryer
Transferring Charge By Contact (Conduction) Touching objects can transfer charge by creating a pathway for it to flow from one object to the other Van De Graaff generator
Transferring Charge Induction Transfer of charge without contact (objects come close to one another) Wall Doorknob Van de Graaf
Ch Electricity I. Electric Charge I. Electric Charge (p ) Static Electricity Conductors Insulators Electroscope.
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