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Electroscope Electricity and Magnetism Electricity and magnetism are vital to our modern world. Without them, we would still be warming ourselves with open fires and would not enjoy the many electrical and electronic devices we take for granted every day. Imagine a world without television, electric lights, computers, or air conditioning.
Yet without an understanding of electricity and magnetism, none of these inventions would have ever been possible. On the Electricity and Magnetism pages, we will follow in the footsteps of many scientists as we explore these two fascinating subjects.
Many years ago, it was found that certain objects were given an electric charge simply by rubbing them with certain other objects. These objects, when charged, would then attract other objects. This first series of experiments illustrate some of the properties of static electricity.
They are best done on a cool dry day, but in summertime, they will often work in an air-conditioned room as well. Ever have a bad hair day? Tear off several bits of paper about the size of a pea or smaller and place them on a table or counter. Bring the comb near to the paper bits.
Next, run the comb through your hair several times and again bring the comb near the bits of paper. The first time you brought the comb near the paper bits, nothing happened, but when you combed your hair, you gave the comb a charge of static electricity Then, when you brought the comb near the paper bits, they were attracted to the comb because of this charge.
Snap, Crackle, Pop - Lightening! You may have noticed a crackling sound when you pulled off a sweater on a cold day.
This is another example of static electricity. It works best on a dry day in winter. Sweater; dark room or closet; mirror. Pull off your sweater in a dark room or closet while watching in the mirror.
If you heard crackling, and if the room or closet was dark enough, you should have seen tiny sparks! You may have even felt your hair stand on end. Each of these streams of electrons jumping between your body and the sweater were actually miniature sparks of lightening.
A carpeted room on a dry day; a doorknob; yourself.
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