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electroscope.normally made with thin gold plates and glass jar,rare for normal people and costly enough for a student to buy or not may be.but now i will show you how to make one from ordinary materials at cheap rate.but what is an electroscope?its a type of instrument used to measure electrical charge.it is a great tool for using and simple to operate tool for any lab.

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oh if any mistake forgive and help me correct.
 
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Step 1: The things you will need

the things needed can all be found at house.the things you will need are:
1)plastic or glass jar or cup that are transparent.(must be transparent)
2)aluminium foil small piece is enough.
3)1 paper clip.
4)cardboard piece small one.
5)a scissor
6)insulative tape or any tape 
7)pencil(optional)

Step 2:

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firstly take the paper clip and straighten it.if there is any insulation on it remove it using scissors.then bend one end of the paper clip into a shape like 'U'.

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now take the cardboard.unscrew the cap of the glass ar if any and then put its opening on the cardboard.using pencil mark the outline of the opening of the jar.now cut it using scissors.

Step 6: Now making the collector

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now take the remaining aluminium foil and crumble and scrumble it into a nice round shape.
Rajat Uppal11 months ago
nice.........again excellent work.......congratulations as you are in foreign.........
argha halder (author)  Rajat Uppal11 months ago
thanks for your word!
welcome....
artworker11 months ago
Beautifully expalined! I remember making such thing when I was in school! Good job!
argha halder (author)  artworker11 months ago
thanks for the comment!and great work you may have done in the schools!