Question: Science

what during a storm causes the negative ions to buildup? is it the presence of water?
In Science | Asked by bookragstutor
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Thunderstorms by their very nature grow when a convection cell  (circulating warm and cooling, condensing air) produce negatively charged ions. The more water, the more negative ions (which is caused by the evaporation and condensing among other things). 

Dr. John Carmen | 1497 days ago