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the instrument used to measure the strength of a weak electrical current is the electroscope? true or false
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User: the instrument used to measure the strength of a weak electrical current is the electroscope? true or false





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User: the momentary transfer of electrons between unlike materials resulting from friction or contact is?

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The momentary transfer of electrons between unlike materials resulting from friction or contact is Static electricity.

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