How to measure static electricity?
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Use a homemade electroscope using the “foil displacement method”. 1) Measure a foil weight 2) Suspend it by non-conducting cord which can move 3) Touch the foil with one node of a battery 4) Now move it until you can see a measurable displacement 5) Calculate the force necessary to cause the displacement. Try going to an electrical supply store which sells meters and components. This will be stores which sell supplies to electricians usually. Radio Shack sells books with projects like you are describing.