Useful Applications of Static Electricity?

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There is static electricity in lightening and when you rub a balloon on your hair but there are some useful applications of static electricity. One use is smokestacks, this helps with lowering air pollution. Another use is photocopiers, it is static electricity that makes the ink stay on the paper.
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1. Blow up the balloon and tie it. Ad. 2. Rub the balloon quickly on your hair in a back and forth motion to generate static electricity. 3. Place the balloon on a wall. 4. If the
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