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A hair-raising experiment

Posted: July 10, 2012 5:00 a.m.
Updated: July 10, 2012 5:00 a.m.
Static electricity from a Van de Graaff generator flows through Ethan Dempsey, 10, causing his hair to stand on end.  Static electricity from a Van de Graaff generator flows through Ethan Dempsey, 10, causing his hair to stand on end. 
Static electricity from a Van de Graaff generator flows through Ethan Dempsey, 10, causing his hair to stand on end. 
Amira Fann, 11, and Zoe Shaw build a flashlight. Amira Fann, 11, and Zoe Shaw build a flashlight.
Amira Fann, 11, and Zoe Shaw build a flashlight.
Daniel Shao, 8, operates a simple flashlight built during Vicki White’s Hands-on Science Camp at the Santa Clarita Activities Center on Monday. The flashlight operates from a single C-cell battery, uses foil as a conductor and masking tape as an insulator. Daniel Shao, 8, operates a simple flashlight built during Vicki White’s Hands-on Science Camp at the Santa Clarita Activities Center on Monday. The flashlight operates from a single C-cell battery, uses foil as a conductor and masking tape as an insulator.
Daniel Shao, 8, operates a simple flashlight built during Vicki White’s Hands-on Science Camp at the Santa Clarita Activities Center on Monday. The flashlight operates from a single C-cell battery, uses foil as a conductor and masking tape as an insulator.
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