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Electrostatics Kit – Tech Tips with Vernier

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Electrostatics Kit – Tech Tips with Vernier

Measure. Analyze. Learn. This is the Vernier Electrostatics Kit. It’s used, maybe, with our charge sensor for some of the electrostatics experiments. Just a brief overview of what comes with the kit. A big part of the Electrostatics Kit is the cage and pail apparatus. So, we have the cage here, with the pail that […]

TV Static effect

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TV Static effect

[televison static noise]

2016 Bee Report – Family Plot

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2016 Bee Report – Family Plot

Bee-whisperer David, you’re here to talk about bees. So how are the bees doing? – Well, we just received the annual report from the USDA NASS Report and from Bee Informed Partnership. From April of last year to April of this year we’ve lost 44% of ’em. – [Chris] Wow! – That’s a huge number. […]

NATURAL PHENOMENON Part 1 – Physics Class 8th CBSE #13

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NATURAL PHENOMENON Part 1 – Physics Class 8th CBSE #13

In the previous grade you must have learnt about natural phenomenas like winds, storms and cyclones, and their destructive powers they can have. Next, we’ll explore some more powerful natural phenomenon like Lightning and earthquakes. But to do that, in this lesson we will learn about electric charges. Electric charges are positive or negative and […]

How to Static Grass Applicator.

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How to Static Grass Applicator.

Greetings. I am Herbert Erpaderp and this is my static grass applicator and I am going to quickly go over how it is used. Static grass applicators come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so they won’t all look like this. I got mine from ebay a few years ago, it was reasonably priced, […]

How Does a Van de Graaff Generator Work?

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How Does a Van de Graaff Generator Work?

Frostbite Theater presents… Cold Cuts! No baloney! Just science! Hi! I’m Joanna! And I’m Steve! This device is called a Van de Graaff generator. It was created in 1929 by Robert Van de Graaff. Initially, it was created to be a high voltage source for early particle accelerators. In the next few experiments that Steve […]

Static charge

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Static charge

alright, now –apparently– static electricity is produced when I try and turn off the light. Look That is fine But if I do this: [leaps backward onto bed] [finger snap] *pop of static discharge* Ow! *static pop* Oww! *static pop* Owww! yeah… something.

How to Make Your Own Electroscope!

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How to Make Your Own Electroscope!

Frostbite Theater presents… Cold Cuts! No baloney! Just science! Hi! I’m Joanna! And I’m Steve! An electroscope is a simple device that you can use to do static electricity experiments. Today, Steve and I are going to show you how to make one! The electroscope is fairly simple. Ours is just made from a binder […]

Shocking new Research | Spotlight on Science

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welcome to spotlight on science I’m Kalyan Borden this time we talked to James Chen he’s a real Sherlock Holmes I’m assistant professor at Steve Schuh keeps the Wizards Echota scholar in the department of a mechanical nuclear ingenuity he works with tribal electric generators also known as static electricity tribe electricity is at all […]

Flying Tinsel Experiment (Static charge flying tinsel)

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