Subject: Does electric charge defeat entropy?
Date: Fri Oct 29 11:53:56 2004
Posted by tom
Grade level: 10-12
School: Palm Bay High School
City: Palm Bay State/Province: Florida
Area of science: Physics
IF static electricity is the pulling of the negative electrons from the
postivie ones and result in an unbalanced state that fights to return to a
normal state, does this mean that electric charge is immune to entropy since
its seeks to return to its balance?
Re: Does electric charge defeat entropy?
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