Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
November 17, 2015
Electric charge, triboelectricity, triboelectric effect, static electricity, gas laws, electric potential, electric energy, electron, electronic gas, electronic cloud
If physical bodies are or have recently been grounded, the chaotic motion speed of their electronic clouds electrons have to be equal. If to bring to contact two bodies – porters of electronic clouds with substantially different electronic gas pressure, and thereafter to pull then apart, the masses of the clouds will change, and as the content of the change there will be the transfer of a part of electrons from the cloud that had a higher pressure to that that had a lower one. Objects made from dielectrics have no clouds that would fully cover them up. Instead such objects have multitude of micro-clouds covering up separate molecules or groups of molecules, and are connected with each other only with ether. In order to achieve during triboelectric charging even more number of contacted micro-clouds associated with dielectric objects, one would need to rub them one against another. Charged dielectric objects longer and contrary to conductors conserve their charges, by which charges we mean either electrons surplus, or electrons luck.