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Can a balloon make electricity?
As explained in the tutorial below, rubbing the balloons against hair or wool causes the balloons to become electrically charged. They have the same charge, and like charges repel, so the balloons move apart. After a while, the charged particles leak off, i.e., the excess electrons invisibly flee into the air.
What happens when you charge a balloon with your hair?
When you rub a balloon on your head, electrons move from the atoms and molecules in your hair onto the balloon. Electrons have a negative charge, so the balloon becomes negatively charged, and your hair is left with a positive charge.
How do you make a balloon positively charged?
The balloon is charged by rubbing it on your hair. When you put it near a neutral object (paper, Styrofoam or puffed rice cereal), the electrons in the object repel away from the balloon and the protons are attracted to the balloon. This movement of the electrons causes the neutral object to get a low positive charge.
What happens to the balloon when you rub it with rag your pants or hair Why?
When you rub the balloon on your hair or clothes it picks up extra electrons, giving the balloon a negative charge. When you bring the balloon near the paper, the electrons from the balloon repel the electrons in the paper. Since more protons are at the surface of the paper, it has a positive change.
Why do watches stop when someone dies?
Stopping a watch when someone dies is part of drama in art. Artists overemphasize the meaning of death with using that element. Some watches, Automatics, rely on the movement of the wrist to keep the watch would, so if the watch stops moving, it stops being would and it’ll stop running in about a day or two.
Why do watches die when I wear them?
The main theory floating around for sudden and consistent watch failure places the blame on a person’s personal magnetic field. Every atom in our body has an electrical field which lies between it and other atoms, and even our sensation of touch has so much to do with the interaction of various electrical fields.
Why do watches run backwards when I wear them?
It might be excess magnetism in your body that freezes up the mechanics in a watch. I say this because back in the day when all watches were mainspring driven a friend of mine couldn’t keep a watch working. He told me the reason is excessive amounts of magnetism in his body.