Ch. 20 - Electricity Electric Charge Electric Charge Static Electricity Conductors Insulators Electroscope Transferring Charge.
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Slide 1Ch. 20 - Electricity Electric Charge Electric Charge Static Electricity Conductors Insulators Electroscope Transferring Charge Slide 2 Static Electricity Static Electricity the net accumulation of electric charges on an object Behavior of Charges opposite charges attract like charges repel Slide 3 Static Electricity Static Discharge the movement of electrons to relieve a separation in charge Slide 4 Conductors Conductor material that allows electrons to move through it easily ex: metals like copper and silver Slide 5 Insulators Insulator material that doesnt allow electrons to move through it easily ex: plastic, wood, rubber, glass Slide 6 Transferring Charge Friction Objects will either gain or lose e- through friction, acquiring a + or charge Balloons Socks on carpet Car in winter Dryer Slide 7 Transferring Charge By Contact (Conduction) Touching objects can transfer charge by creating a pathway for it to flow from one object to the other Van De Graaff generator Slide 8 Transferring Charge Induction Transfer of charge without contact (objects come close to one another) Wall Doorknob Van de Graaf
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