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The best anti-static method

Mar 15, 2018

The best anti-static method
When two different objects come into contact with each other, one object loses some of its charge. For example, electrons transfer to another object to make it positively charged, while another body gets some negative electrons and is negatively charged. If the charge is difficult to neutralize during the separation, the charge accumulates and the object is charged with static electricity. Therefore, the object is electrostatically charged when it comes into contact with other objects. A typical “contact separation” electrification is usually performed when a plastic film is peeled from an object. The static electricity generated by undressing in daily life is also “contact separation” electrification.
In the dry and windy autumn and winter season, we often encounter this phenomenon in our daily life: when we undress and sleep at night, we hear loud noises in the darkness and accompanied by blue light. When we meet and shake hands, we have just touched our fingers. The other person will suddenly feel acupuncture-like sting, which is very shocking; in the morning when you comb your hair, your hair will often “fly away”. The more you manage, the more chaotic you will be. When you pull the handle and open the faucet, you will “shock” it. The sounds of “squeak and bang” are the static electricity that occurs in the human body. The above-mentioned phenomena are the result of external “discharge” of static electricity in the body.
When the human body is in motion, static electricity is generated when the skin and clothing and clothes and clothing are rubbed against each other. With the increase of household appliances and people wearing chemical fiber clothes in winter, the static charge generated by household appliances will be absorbed and accumulated by the human body. In addition, indoor walls and floors are mostly insulators and the air is dry, which makes them more susceptible to static electricity.
Because older people's skin is relatively younger than young people, and the aging and anti-interference ability of the elderly's cardiovascular system are weakened, older people are more susceptible to static electricity. Cardiovascular system has a variety of lesions in the elderly, static electricity will make the condition worse or induced ventricular premature beats and other arrhythmias. Excessive static electricity often causes anxiety, headache, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, and coughing