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<ul><li><p>Assignment Static Electricity (Ch.10) </p><p>1. What are the possible interactions between two charged objects? </p><p>2. How do a charged object and a neutral object interact? </p><p>3. Explain the role of friction in creating a charged object. </p><p>4. Two neutral objects, A and B, were rubbed together, resulting in object A being charged positively. What is now the charge on B? </p><p>a) How do you know? </p><p>b) Which object, A or B, is likely higher on the triboelectric series? </p><p>c) How do you know? </p><p>5. Define electrical discharge. </p><p>a) What is a real-life example of an electrical discharge? </p></li><li><p>6. Describe a device that uses static electric charges. Include a labeled diagram as part of your answer. </p><p>7. Describe a device that protects other devices by controlling static electric charges. Include a labelled diagram as part of your answer. </p><p>8. Explain why a positively charged balloon will stick to a wall just as easily as a negatively charged balloon. </p><p>9. You have an unknown material that becomes charged when you rub it with silk. You also have a negative ebonite rod and a positive glass rod. How can you determine the </p><p>charge of the unknown object? </p><p>10. You run a brush through your hair and wonder if it has become statically charged. Design a test that allows you to determine if the brush has a charge. </p></li></ul>