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Does the weather temperature affect how much static electricity in hair?

Asked by anonymous - 6 years 6 months ago

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how does weather affect static electricity?

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How is static electricity affected by air temperature?

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Does temperature affect static electricity ?

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Answered by Milander
6 years 6 months ago
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In a way, yes. Static electricity is best developed in a dry environment. If the air temperature is low there is less water vapour present, if the air is warm there is more water vapour present. Warm air has a higher moisture content than cold air.

You can try this at home, get a felt cloth and a perspex rod and try rubbing them at varying temperatures (put them both in the fridge for 10 minutes). You'll find you get a bigger jolt when they are colder than when they are warm.

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anonymous
commented 1 year 3 months ago

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oz
commented 6 years 6 months ago

When I am at a playground and I sit in the Half Egg that spins around during a hot day, I find alot of static is around me, and hardly none at all on a cold day. The weather does do something to help generate static.

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