A student rubs a rubber balloon on their hair for several seconds. The student then rubs a second rubber balloon on her hair for the same le

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A student rubs a rubber balloon on their hair for several seconds. The student then rubs a second rubber balloon on her hair for the same length of time. The student determines that the first rubber balloon is repelled by the second rubber balloon, but the first rubber balloon is attracted to her hair. Which of the following claims, with appropriate evidence, if any, supports the notion of the two- charge model? Justify your selection.
A. The first rubber balloon is repelled by the second rubber balloon, but the first rubber balloon is attracted to the hair. These results show that two charges must exist because certain combinations of charges attract and certain combinations of charges repel.
B. The first rubber balloon is repelled by the second rubber balloon. This result shows that the charge of both objects must have the same sign.
C. The first rubber balloon is attracted to the hair. This result shows that the charge of both objects must be opposite in sign.
D. None of the claims nor evidence support the notion of the two-charge model.

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Thu Giang 6 months 2021-08-08T13:57:08+00:00 1 Answers 4 views 0

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    2021-08-08T13:58:08+00:00

    Answer:

    Option A

    Explanation:

    In this experiment, when balloon is rubbed on the chair electrons are transferred from the hair to the surface of the balloon thereby making balloon negatively charged and hair positively charged. When two negatively charged balloon are brought close to each other, they repel while when balloon is brought closer to the hair, they attract each other

    Hence, option A is correct

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