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What kind charge do protons have? positive , negative charge
What are charges of protons and electrons if they cancel if other out? the atom has no electric charge.
How do atoms become charged ? by gaining and losing atoms.
what is static energy? the accumulation of excess electric on an object.
what is Law of conservation of charge? charge may be transferred from object to object but cannot be created or destroyed.
what do opposite charges do ? contract.
what do like charges do ? replied
what is easy way for electrons move more easier ? through conductors, like metals
what is hardest way for electrons to move through ? insulators, like plastic,wood, rubber and glass.
charging by condution
what is process of transferring charge ? by positive and negative Ex: static electricity from feet too the carpet.
charging by induction
what is rearrangement of electrons on neutral object cause by ? nearby charge object Ex: negativity charged balloon near you sleeve causes an area of your sleeve to become positively charged
what do static mean ? discharges
what cause the transfer of charge through the space between two objects ? an buildup of static electricity Ex: lighten
what do grounding use ? conductor to an electric charge onto the ground.
what can an presence of charges be detected by ? electroscope
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