Welcome to Year 11 Extra Science .


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Welcome to Year 11 Additional Science!!. Mr Hicks. Year 11 Additional Science. Target grades for this gathering are A* A B And on the off chance that you truly fail it
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Welcome to Year 11 Extra Science!! Mr Hicks

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Year 11 Extra Science Target grades for this gathering are A* A B And on the off chance that you truly fail it… .. C!

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Module Number 12 Energy, Force and Communication

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Lesson Objectives To comprehend what causes static charge. To welcome a portion of the employments of friction based electricity To value a portion of the perils of power To comprehend what electricity produced via friction is

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Static Electricity There are two sorts of electric charge, POSITIVE and Negative energize is made of electrons from the outside of iotas

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Static Electricity Positive energize is produced using protons. Protons are generally found in the core of molecules.

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Static Electricity Some materials get to be distinctly charged in light of the fact that erosion make electrons be pulled off one material and exchanged to another material.

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Static Electricity Only electrons can move. Protons are "trapped" amidst particles. Materials that have a positive charge are normally things that have "lost" electrons (not picked up protons).

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Static power You will be given some unique materials. See which mix of materials you can use to lift little bits of paper.

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Static power Why would you be able to not create static accuses of metal bars? Is there an alternate method for ordering the materials "metals" and "plastics"?

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Static power Why must you utilize a protecting material to create an electric charge? Why would you be able to not hold a static charge on a directing material?

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Static power When polythene pole is rubbed with a duster Electrons are rubbed off the duster onto the bar… So the pole is left negative… and the duster positive

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Static power When perspex bar is rubbed with a duster Electrons are rubbed off the perspex onto the duster… So the bar is left positive… and the duster negative

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Static power Like charges repulse Unlike charges draw in. Electrons will dependably attempt and make tracks in an opposite direction from each different as could reasonably be expected.

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Static power Read page 53 of the course reading and clarify why EARTHING is essential to ensure structures.

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