a charged insulator can be discharged by passing it just above a flame.explain why?
A flame consists of a cloud of hot ions, the overall charge is neutral but there are many ions of both + and - charge. This mixture of + and - ions means that if any charged surface is introduced into the plume of gases it will find what ever charges it needs to be neutralized.
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