1.Describe how static electricity is introduced in clothing when it is dried in a dryer machine. Explain how dryer sheets help dispel it. Be specific about where electrons are moving.
2.Distinguish between mechanical and chemical recycling with reference to PET water bottle recycling.
3.Explain why your white T-shirt appears to glow under black lights at an amusement park. Note that “black” lights emit in the UV part of the light spectrum which is why we can’t see them as regular lights.
4.Describe how clothing may be used to monitor biological signals or detect disease in the future.
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1. In the dryer during the process of drying, different pieces of clothes rub together and exchange electrons. Because dryer keeps them in constant motion, this exchange of electrons can be very large and electricity can build up....
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