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Combing your hair leads to excess electrons on the comb. How fast would you have to move the comb up and down to produce red light?

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Physics 102 Electricity and Magnetism

Chapter 24

Electromagnetic Waves

Simon Fraser University

Hope College

McMaster University

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In physics, a charge is a …

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The electric force is a ph…

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When combing your hair, yo…

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Electrons move through a c…

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If electrons flow very slo…

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Small pieces of tissue are…

When a charged comb is bro…

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When a light bulb is conne…

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Estimate the speed at whic…

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After a comb is rubbed o…

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