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uses of static electricity?
laser printer, electrostatic painting,
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how can we calculate the charge?
current (a) x time (s) = charge (c)
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when a material which is charged comes near and material that isnt charged, it tends to induce a charge.
because the electrons in the uncharged substance move towards or away from the charged object.
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shocks?
- walking on a carpet when touching a metal object - can build up on clouds and cause a huge spark. lighting.
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re-fueling - static electricity can build up as fuel flows through a re-fueling pipe - an aircraft can build up static electricity. A bonding line is used to connect the aircraft to earth before re-fueled.
re-fueling - static electricity can build up as fuel flows through a re-fueling pipe - an aircraft can build up static electricity. A bonding line is used to connect the aircraft to earth before re-fueled.
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how can we calculate the charge?

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current (a) x time (s) = charge (c)

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when a material which is charged comes near and material that isnt charged, it tends to induce a charge.

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shocks?

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re-fueling - static electricity can build up as fuel flows through a re-fueling pipe - an aircraft can build up static electricity. A bonding line is used to connect the aircraft to earth before re-fueled.

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