2013_2BF_2B314_2BHW_2B1_2Bsolutions

False this is definitely false even the book

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Unformatted text preview: materials of the suspensions are of any importance: the main thing is whether the hook, which holds everything, was grounded: ground the hook – and the public will be disappointed, because there would be no sparks no matter what the experimentalists did. FALSE See #11 14. If everything were made of cotton – all of their clothes and footwear, the ball, the board (or hammock) and the suspending ropes, the carpet, etc., there would be no sparks whatsoever. TRUE NEI Reasoning: Most likely, this is true because cotton holds a unique place on the triboelectric table: it accumulates no charges. 15. If, instead of a lady’s finger, the gentleman would bring his nose near a modern circuit board with MOSFETs, etc., this could cause irreparable damage to some...
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