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Static Electricity

What are some examples of conductors? Metal Rod, Paper Clip, Metal Key, Metal Ring.
What are some examples of insulators? Glass Rod, Straw, Comb, Balloon, Wood Stick, Pen.
What are the two types of charges? Positive and Negative.
What are conductors? Object that allow the free movement of electrons.
What are Insulators? Objects that do not allow the free movement of electrons.
What is Static Electricity? A charge remains stationary on the surface of an object.
What is an Electroscope? A metal sphere which detects electric charge.
How does friction help us create static electricity? Insulators are rubbed together and electrons are exchanged from one insulator to another.
Created by: NCCgradenines