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Experiment showing how static electricity causes attraction of human hair to a balloon; electrons have moved from one surface to another, leaving one positively and one negatively charged surface (1 of 2) : Stock Photo

Experiment showing how static electricity causes attraction of human hair to a balloon; electrons have moved from one surface to another, leaving one positively and one negatively charged surface (1 of 2)

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