What is an electrostatic charge

Electrostatic charge is a physical magnitude that generates electrical energy. In order to create a charge, interaction between two objects is required, most often by friction. Items may have both solid and liquid properties. An electrostatic charge can also be created by friction of the palm itself or combing. Electric charge is divided into positive and negative. Bodies that carry a negative charge are professionally called negatively charged bodies and positive-charged bodies of a positively charged body.