Shows the nature of repulsive and attractive forces between bodies charged by contact under different conditions. Demonstrates techniques of charging by induction, and the part played by conductors and insulators, and compares the use of two measuring devices, the electroscope and the electrometer. Depicts the development of atmospheric conditions leading to the discharge of lightning in a thunderstorm and explains the protective value of lightning rods. For high school and college.

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