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    Click "download" to access the Electrostatics unit materials.

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    An introductory electrostatics lab in which students utilize electroscopes, Vernier charge sensors, and the standard rubber and glass rods (with fur, wool, etc.) to explore electric charges and their basic properties. Equipment: Vernier Charge Sensor Aluminum Foil Clip Leads Metal Can Glass Jar Amber rod Glass rod Fur cloth Wool cloth Electroscope Scotch tape Plastic straw Others?

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