I want to roll a ball on a material to get the latgest static charge in the ball


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Dec15-08, 10:58 AM
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But I don't know what is the best material to use for a ball and flat surface. I was thinking glass ball and typhlon tape at one point, but I have no idea.

Can a rolling ball, roll over a surface and get a charge? with the very low friction?

any insight on this, please help..
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Dec16-08, 01:44 AM
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a glass ball rolling (or rubbed) on hard tough teflon? will that really create static electricity?


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