Static electricity is a kind of static charge, which usually gathers on the surface of an object, such as clothes, hair, doorknob, etc.
Every year in autumn and winter, the air is relatively dry and it is easy to generate static electricity. Whether it is on clothes or on hair, it is particularly easy to carry static electricity. So how is static electricity generated? The following editor will give you a specific introduction.
Electrostatic refers to a charge in a static state, which usually accumulates on the surface of an object. We often say that static electricity is divided into two types, one is positive static electricity and the other is negative static electricity.
In dry autumn and winter weather, these situations often occur in daily life: when you take off your clothes and go to bed at night, you often hear a crackling sound in the dark, accompanied by blue light. When you meet and shake hands, as soon as your fingers touch each other, you will suddenly feel a stabbing pain of your fingertips, which is very surprising. These are all caused by static electricity.
In people’s daily life, any time and place is likely to produce static electricity. It is basically impossible to eliminate it, but we can do something to reduce static electricity production.
Effective ways to prevent static electricity in life:
1. Wash your hands with water before going out, or wipe your hands on the wall to remove static electricity in your hands.
2. Try to avoid wearing clothes made of chemical fiber, and choose cotton clothes, so that the static electricity on the clothes will be much less.
To avoid being touched by static electricity, you can use a cotton rag to wipe the door, door handle, faucet, chair back, bed rails, etc. inside the home in the fall and winter, can reduce static electricity.