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What is Induction? When a charged object comes close to a neutral object and causes the electrons to come to one side of the object.
What is an Electroscope? A device that indicates whether an object has a charge or not.
What is Friction? Rubbing two objects together transfers electrons from one object to another.
What is Contact? If a neutral object comes into contact with a charged object the neutral object will receive the same charge.
What is a Conductor? Materials that allow electrons(electricity) to flow through them.
What is a Insulator? Materials that do not allow electrons to flow through them.
What is a Grounding wire? Connecting a wire to the object and the ground.
What is Grounding by humidity? Water molecules in the air takes away charges neutralizing objects when coming into contact with the object.
Why do the metal leaves in the bottom of the electroscope repel? Because all the negative charges are at the bottom.
What is the unit for current? Amps
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