• anonymous
Which of the following is an example of static electricity? outdoor light hair clinging to a comb lights arranged in a series glowing toaster
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  • anonymous
Hair clinging to a comb. This is because the comb has built up electrons on it, and having a negative charge those electrons on the comb are attracted to positively charged protons in the hair. It works in a similar way to how the north sides of magnets are attracted to the south sides of other magnets.

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