Why Do We Get Electric Shocks When Touching Objects? Discover the Science and Improve Your Life!
Imagine walking around your house and, suddenly, zap! You get a small electric shock when touching a door. Has this happened to you? This is due to a phenomenon known as "static electricity." Metallic objects, negatively charged, and we, positively charged, create a perfect recipe for these little "shocks."
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