This item is a lesson plan featuring the neon bulb, an object that can be lighted either by electric current or by static electricity. Accompanied by detailed background information, this lesson promotes conceptual understanding of electron transfer. It includes printable data sheets for use in the physics classroom. No math is required. This lesson is part of a larger collection generated by the University of Virginia Department of Physics outreach program.
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