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# Electrostatics

## Electrons are the fundamental unit of charge.

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## Electrostatics

Students will learn the inner workings of electrostatics: Why certain objects repulse, why certain objects attract and how to calculate the number of excess electrons or protons in an object.
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## Electric Charge and Net Charge

Students will learn the inner workings of electrostatics: Why certain objects repulse, why certain objects attract and how to calculate the number of excess electrons or protons in an object.
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## Electrostatics

Students will learn the inner workings of electrostatics: Why certain objects repulse, why certain objects attract and how to calculate the number of excess electrons or protons in an object.
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## Unit 13.1 Electrostatics

Students will learn the inner workings of electrostatics: Why certain objects repulse, why certain objects attract and how to calculate the number of excess electrons or protons in an object.
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• Interactive Simulations

## Touch Screen

Learn about how capacitances add in series and parallel by exploring the physics behind a touch-screen device.
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## Electrostatics

Electrostatics is explained in this video by using a number of neat demonstrations to illustrate the concept.
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## Electrostatics Quiz - PPB

Explore positive and negative charges and their effect on each other.
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• Critical Thinking

## Electrostatics Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Electrostatics.
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• Study Guide