DIY Van De Graaf Generator + 3 Static Electricity Experiments Kid Science Episode #23 STEM

In this episode of Jojo Science Show, we build a Van de Graaff generator and show how it works. We perform 3 experiments including making sparks (lightning, plasma), hair standing up and causing a compact fluorescent lightbulb to flash.

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These experiments are for education and entertainment purposes and are done under professional supervision. If you choose to repeat any of these experiments, it is at YOUR OWN RISK.

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Hero Royal says:

Awesome experiment — great! 🙂

Shantelle Adeline says:

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The Wild Adventure Girls says:

That is so neat! Great job with your experiment. We loved the static hair, lol. You two are great scientists. Big like from us!

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