# Tag: Static

### Make a diorama Static Grass Applicator for under 10 dollars

Hello, and welcome to Dave’s Model Workshop. Today I’m going to show you how to make your own static grass applicator [they] are very very expensive if you buy them online or in a hobby shop check this out That is ridiculous [but] I’m going to show you how to make one for about 10 […]

### Electric static finger shocks! ⚡ Jack Naxter – BK Play-place☑️

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What are you doing? I’m about, I’m trying to make a good shock. Common! Ah! Owe. (music). OK, so we stumbled upon burger king and we found this really cool play place. Milkshakes. Hey. So I’m about to go down this giant green slide. I’m so excited, let’s get into it. Dad, get in there. […]

### Polarization of Paper Dots with Charged Plastic Rod

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These are a bunch of little holes from the hole puncher that I just dumped out on the table. And so they’re neutral, they’ve been sitting around not doing much at all. What I’m gonna do is charge up a plastic rod negatively by rubbing it on a piece of fur, and then bringing it […]

### NATURAL PHENOMENON Part 2 – Physics Class 8th CBSE #14

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In the previous lesson we talked about electric charge. But did i talk about electric discharge, in this lesson i’ll talk about that but more importantly we’ll learn about lightning and earthquakes. Air normally doesn’t conduct electricity, but if the amount of electrical charge between two bodies is extremely huge, in 1000s of volts, then […]

### ESD Bags: Static Dissipative vs. Antistatic vs. Static Shielding

Hi! This is Toby with HMC Electronics. We’re going to be taking a look at the different types of static-dissipative, anti-static, and static-shielding bags. We’re going to start off by taking a look at your regular poly bag. The weakness of this poly bag is if I rub it–if it comes in contact with something–it […]

### Live Science: Static Electricity

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My name is Dave and welcome to the Science Museum of Virginia. Electricity is the energy created by moving negative charges or negative ions. Over here I have a Van de Graaff generator, so let’s see what happens when negative gets near a positive. Ah what do you see? We’re experiencing a discharge of static […]

### Static and Current Electricity – For Teachers

Hi. My name is Melissa. I’m a scientist here at Science North. And I’m here to talk to you today a little bit about electricity. Now, what exactly is electricity? Electricity is a force driven by electric charges. Now, electric charges can come in both positive and negative forms. When we have charges that are […]

### Anti-Gravity Wheel?

I am here at the University of Sydney where the mechanical engineering shop has built this incredible piece of apparatus for me. It is a forty pound, that is nineteen kilogram flywheel on the end of a meter long shaft. Can you imagine trying to hold this out horizontally with just one hand at this […]