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It’s Time For... Electro- Static Jeopardy!
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Statics $100 The cause of all electrical phenomena. What is the movement of electrons ?
Statics $200 It’s what the word “static” really means. What is “not moving” ?
Statics $300 It is the reason used when using the electrostatic series to describe the strength of a charge. What is “the greater the separation, the greater the charge ” ?
Statics $400 A type of material that holds a charge rather than conducts a charge. What is an “insulator” ?
Statics $500 Famous Philadelphian who used a form of the Leyden Jar to prove lightning was static electricity. Who is “Benjamin Franklin”?
Electroscope $100 The property that enables the electroscope to “hold charges” and not “ground them”. What is ” insulation” ?
Electroscope $200 Name of an instrument used to detect static charge. What is”the electrostatic pendulum or electroscope?
Electroscope $300 It’s where the electrons are in the electroscope, if a negative rod is brought near the collecting sphere. What is “in the leaves” ?
Electroscope $400 The charge found on the leaves when a negative rod is used to charge an electroscope by induction with a ground. What is “positive charge” ?
Electroscope $500 What one electron might say to another electron. What is “you repel me, or get away from me” ?
Electrophorus $100 The reason the electrophorus is held by the styrofoam cup. What is “to prevent grounding of the charge” ?
Electrophorus $200 Term used to describe a separation of charges. What is “neutral dipolar” ?
Electrophorus $300 It’s why the electrophorus styrofoam sheet only has to be charged once. What is “it never gets grounded because it is never touched” ?
Electrophorus $400 He invented the electrophorus in Who is “Alessandro Volta” ?
Electrophorus $500 It is the charge on the entire pie plate of the electrophorus when placed on a sheet of acetate rubbed with a plastic bag. What is ”neutral dipolar” ?
Leyden Jar $100 It is the reason why we hold a leyden jar by the foil when charging it. What is “to ground the negative charges on the foil” ?
Leyden Jar $200 The charge on the foil of a Leyden jar with negatively charged water. What is “Positive” ?
Leyden Jar $300 It is how a Leyden Jar can be positively charged using an electrophorus and negative styrofoam. What is “touch nail to rim while off the styrofoam” ?
Leyden Jar $400 The charge on the outside wall of a film canister of a leyden jar with negatively charged water. What is “negative” ?
Leyden Jar $500 It is the electrical name given to a leyden jar. What is a “capacitor”?
Van de graaf $100 It is the force responsible for all static charges. What is “friction”?
Van de graaf $200 It is the rule of charge why a person’s hair rises while touching a Van der Graaf Generator. What is “like charges repel” ?
Van de Graaf $300 Name the part of the Van de Graaf generator that prevents charge from being grounded. What is the“ insulated support” ?
Van de Graaf $400 Given rule of charge that explains why Van de Graaf shocks humans. What is “neutral objects are attracted to charged objects” ?
Van de Graaf $500 It’s where the electrons collect on the Van der Graaf generator. What is ”the collecting sphere” ?
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