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what 2 substances found in my home that could conduct electricity and explain why?

asked by Kristin
  1. Anything made of metal.

    posted by DrBob222
  2. thank you

    posted by Kristin
  3. Ballon and your hair if you put a balloon agnist your hair then its calledstatic electricty the static electricty one is only for you hair.

    posted by sam

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