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What happens when you rub an ebonite stick with a wool cloth? (Choose below) I belive the answer is B?

a. Electrons are transferred to the stick, causing it to take on a negative charge.

b. Electrons are transferred to the stick, causing it to take on a positive charge

c. Electrons are transferred to the cloth, causing it to take on a negative charge

d. Electrons are transferred to the cloth, causing it to take on a positive charge

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    The answer is A. It's hard to remember which gets the extra electrons. I had to look it up.

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