The stick gets positive charges.
When an abon ite rod is rubbed with a woolen cloth then due to abon ite present electrons after rubbing shifts to the ebonite rod and a negative ch agre came on abon ite rod....
Ebonite stick is a form of plastic that is hard, shiny and rigid. When you rub an ebonite stick with a wool cloth, the electrons from the wool cloth are transferred to the ebonite stick and the ebonite stick gets negatively charged. Consequently, the wool cloth gets positively charged. This results in production of static electricity.
There are two light bulbs in a circuit, wired in parallel. A third light bulb is added again in parallel. What is the effect on total resistance of adding this third bulb?
When an ebonite stick is rub with a woolen cloth, the electrons from the wool cloth are transferred to the ebonite stick and the ebonite stick gets positively charged. Consequently, the woolen cloth gets negatively charged. This results in production of static electricity.
If there is two light bulbs are in a circuit wired in the parallel and then the thrid light bulb is added in parallel what is the effect total resistance of the addeding the thrid bulb.
Why does the ebonite rod get a negative charge when rubbed to wool and why does a glass rod get positively charged when rubbed on silk? Since it is only the electrons that are floating around the atom, how then does something get a positive charge?