Static Electricity
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• Question 1
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Q. Static electricity is:
electricity flowing in a wire
the buildup of electric charges on an object
when protons move between objects
• Question 2
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Q. Two objects with LIKE static charges will
attract each other
even out in the end
repel each other
cause a spark
• Question 3
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Q. Which is an example of static dischage?
a motor
lightning
thunder
insulators
• Question 4
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Q. Static charges build up when
protons move within an object
electrons move within an object
neutrons move within an object
the nucleus moves within an object
• Question 5
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Q. Which subatomic particle has a POSITIVE charge?
Proton
Neutron
Electron
Nucleus
• Question 6
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Q. Which subatomic particle has a NEGATIVE charge?
Proton
Neutron
Electron
Nucleus
• Question 7
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Q. Which of these is NOT a way to create a static charge?
Friction
Induction
Electroaction
Conduction
• Question 8
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Q. Is it possible to CREATE electrons?
Yes, that's what static electricity is.
No, you can move them, but they are never created or distroyed.
Sometimes, it depends on the voltage.
Sometimes, it depends on the element.
• Question 9
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Q. If two objects with static charge are attracted, what do you know about them?
They are both positively charged.
They are both negatively charged.
One is positively charged and one is negatively charged, but you won't be able to tell which is which.
One is positively charged and one is negatively charged, and you can tell which is which by looking at them.
• Question 10
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Q. Rubbing a balloon on hair is an example of static charge build up created by....
conduction
friction
induction
hairduction
• Question 11
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Q. True or False:
In static electricity, charges build up on an object, but they do not flow continuously.
True
False
11
Tuesday
• Question 12
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Q. True or False:
For an object to have a static charge it must be ferromagnetic.
True
False
Monkey
carrot cake
• Question 13
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Q. "Static" comes from the Greek word meaning: