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"Sparks are often seen or heard on a dry day when fabrics are removed

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October 6th, 2012 12:14
in Engineering Physics by tomseller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (MA), American literature)

"Sparks are often seen or heard on a dry day when fabrics are removed from a clothes dryer in dim light. Explain."

This is in my assignment, I need help.

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October 11th, 2012 11:25
alfred67 (Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (IL), Computer science)
"The clothes dryer rubs dissimilar materials together as it tumbles the clothes. Electrons are transferred from one kind of molecule to another. The charges on pieces of cloth, or on nearby objects charged by induction, can produce strong electric fields that promote the ionization process in the surrounding air that is necessary for a spark to occur. Then you hear or see the sparks"

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