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Asked • 08/02/19

Why can't charged objects exert electrostatic forces on heavier objects?

We know that, for example, amber rubbed with fur attracts bits and pieces of straw, paper, Styrofoam, etc. which are all light objects. Why don't they attract heavier objects, likewise?

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