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Subject: Electricity Produced in a Bottle of Orange Juice

Date: Thu Jul 30 00:52:57 1998
Posted by Stewart
Grade level: undergrad
School: University of British Columbia
City: Kelowna State/Province: British Columbia
Country: Canada
Area of science: Physics
ID: 901777977.Ph

When I remove an unopened plastic bottle of orange juice from my 
fridge and take a drink I get a shock.  Why does this happen?  This 
only happens the first time I open it. It does not happen on the 
second or any other subsequent drink.  It also happens on the banana 
strawberry comnination juice.  Every time I do this I spill the juice 
on the floor because I can't get used to the shock.

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