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physics test review

what is a grounding wire? A wire that the charge turns neutral once it touches the ground.
what is friction? rubbing two objects together.
what is an electroscope? a device that indicates weather an object has a charge or not.
what is induction? when a charged object comes close to a neutral object and causes the electrons to one side of the object
when positive and negative are rubbed together do they repel or attract? attract
what is the one thing that can move in and out of objects or atoms? electrons
what is the term called when the water particles are in the air? humidity
what happens when an object holds a positive or negative charge? static electricity
what is a certain sheet we use to determine weather it will turn to a positive or negative charge? electrostatic series
do similar charges repel or attract? repel
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