DIY static electricity tests

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With balloons, empty drinking cans and materials to create an extra electric charge, the junior scientists at Walkerville Primary School demonstrate how to use static electricity to move another object and explain what is going on when they do. By rubbing the balloons with different fabrics, negative electrons are transferred to the balloon and attract the positive electrons in the drink can.

With balloons, empty drinking cans and materials to create an extra electric charge, the junior scientists at Walkerville Primary School demonstrate how to use static electricity to move another object and explain what is going on when they do. By rubbing the balloons with different fabrics, negative electrons are transferred to the balloon and attract the positive electrons in the drink can.

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