Static Electricity Science Fair Projects
My son's grade 4 experiment presentation for his School Science Fair and he required an assistant which added a little more "entertainment"
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Great for early elementary students interested in electricity and magnetism, this fun science fair project from The Science Mom uses a common pantry item - puffed wheat cereal - to demonstrate the effects of static electricity. Based on their ...
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What is static electricity? Static electricity is caused by an imbalance of electrical charges.
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... Pin on Pinterest · Tweet about this on Twitter · Email this to someone. Static Electricity Science Project – Have you ever heard the saying “opposites attract”? You may or may not agree with it, but in science, it's true – opposites do attract.
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I have made a new version of this project that uses a DC ion generator, you can see it here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a-Static-Electricit...
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Static Power Grade Levels: K-3. Background: When coal is burned in a power plant, small particles of pollution called soot are produced. Static electricity can be used to capture soot before it leaves the power plant. Question:
All you need is a plastic straw and a bottle cap. Rub the plastic straw in your hair for about 30 seconds or one minute. The straw will become charged with s...
Bailey demonstrates how her homemade electroscope works.