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What is grounding by Humidity? Water molecules in the air takes away charges neutralizing objects when coming into contact with the object.
What is grounding objects ? making objects neutral by taking away their charge.
What is a neutral object ? Equal numbers of protons and electrons.
what are the three laws of Electric charge? like charges repel each other unlike charges attract each other
what is a electroscope ? a device that indicates whether an object has a change or not.
what is friction ? rubbing 2 objects together transfers electrons from one object to another
What is CHARGING by contact if a neutral object comes into contact with a charged object the neutral object will receive the same charge.
What is static electricity ? when an electric charge either positive or negative tends to stay on an object.
What are conductors ? materials that allow electrons to flow through them.
what is a resistor?
Created by: sweetha