Subject: Why do you see lightning and sparks but not other electricity?
Date: Sun Mar 11 14:09:39 2001
Posted by Emmanuel
Grade level: K-3
School: Carmel Montessori
City: Warrenville State/Province: IL
Area of science: Physics
I am doing my 1st grade science fair project on electricity. I can't see the
electricity that flows through wires--it's kind of invisible. Why can I see
the electricity when it is lightning, or when there is a spark? My project
will show how electricity lights a light bulb and how static shocks you. I
also want to show lightning and why you can see it. Thank you!
Re: Why do you see lightning and sparks but not other electricity?
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