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What is an insulator ? does not allow charges to move freely or through an object
What is a conductor ? allows charges to move freely or through an object
What is the law of attraction and repulsion ? Like repel, opposites attract
What are some good conductors ? metals ; silver copper and gold
What is a lightening rod charged by ? Induction
What is another name for static electricity ? Electrostatics
What are three ways to charge an object ? Contact Friction and Induction
A neutral object has an equal number of ? Protons and Electrons
Benjamin Franklin named the two types of charges ? Positive and Negative
How can an object be neutral ? An object can be neutral by having the same number of neutrons and protons
What charge do protons have ? positive
what charge do electrons have ? negative
What charge do neutrons have ? neutral
Created by: sam c