Oh, yes. I built the device and could produce little charge. I think our indoor humidity has been
fluctuating around 30-40%. When I rubbed the sheet, I kept it from sliding, so had no hands on it
directly. I probably need to try fur or silk. I used wool.
On-line Snack discussion wrote:
> did you try doing this?
> If not, try it and email back what happened.
> Deb Hunt
> Snacktalk Moderator
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> San Francisco, CA 94123-1099
> On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Wayne Watson wrote:
> > Hi, is it OK to hold down the acrlyic sheet or styrofoam plate while rubbing it? I would think any
> > charge built up on it would leak off to one's body.
> > --
> > Wayne T. Watson (121.015 Deg. W, 39.262 Deg. N, 2,701 feet), Nevada City, CA
> > "It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words, but isn't the opposite
> > true? That is, a word can be worth a thousand pictures. For example, the word 'if'."
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-- Wayne T. Watson (121.015 Deg. W, 39.262 Deg. N, 2,701 feet), Nevada City, CA
"A W. Watson Tip: Ever have a ball point pen clog up with lots of ink still left? You may be able to get it working again by heating it with a hair blower. Works for me.."
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