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This is called; Charging By Contact. Charging By Contact is when an object gives or takes electrons from a neutral object, then both objects have the same charge.

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What is the word meaning charging a neutral object by touching it with a charged object?

Conduct


When Charging a neutral object by touching it with a charged rod is called?

It's called charging by conduction.


What is charging by induction?

Charging by Induction is a method of charging a neutral object, using a charged object, without establishing physical contact between them. _______________________________________________________________________ When a charged object induces a charge on another object without touching it.


When can charging by contact be dangerous?

Charging by conduction involves touching a negatively charged object to a neutral object. It can be dangerous when using a part of the human body as the circuit .


What are the three ways to transfer charge?

Friction - charging something by rubbing it against another object Induction - charging something by coming close to charged object, but not touching Conduction - charging something by touching a charged object


What is changing by contact?

causing a neutral object to become charged by touching it with a charged object.


What does charging by induction mean?

Charging by induction means that a charged object produces the opposite charge in a nearby object without touching it.


What is charging by contact?

When a charged object touches another object. Electrons can be transferred through friction. Electrons can also be transferred through contact and conduction. You can charge a neutral object by contact with a charged object. Charging by contact happens when electrons move from one object to a neutral object.


What is charging by polarization?

Charging by polarization is the separation of positive and negative charge. Overall, the object being charged is still electrically neutral.


Why do charged objects attract neutral objects?

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What is that charging a neutral object by bringing it close to a charging object?

induction


What is the process of charging an object without touching it?

Charging by induction.


What type of interaction is there between a charged object and a neutral object?

A charged object attracts the neutral object by polarising it.


Why is a neural object attracted to a charged object?

I assume you mean "neutral object". The answer is that the charged object will induce a separation of charges in the neutral object.


What is the difference between a charged object and a neutral object?

charged object has negative or positive charge on it where as neutral object has no overall charge on it


What is difference between conductive and inductive?

The difference between inductive and conductive is that Induction is when you are charging an object without touching it. Conduction is charging an object while touching it.


How is a neutral object attracted to a charged object?

Both the neutral and charged objects have many positively as well as negatively charged particles. In neutral objects the number of the positively charged particles equals the number of negatively charged particles so there is no net charge where as in a charged object either the number of positively charged particles or the number of negatively charged particles is more to correspond for the net charge.... so now when a charged object is kept near a neutral object an equal and opposite charge is developed on the surface of neutral object that is near to the charged object and this happens because of induction and hence due to the development of these charges the neutral object is attracted towards the charged object.....


What happens when positively charged objects and neutral charged objects are brought together?

the neutral object remains neutral, but the side nearest the positively charged object becomes temporarily negatively charged


Can you say that a charged object attracts an uncharged object by first charging it by induction why or why not?

Cönsider a negatively charged object be placed at a fixed position ,now a neutral or uncharged object is slowly introducing into the field which is produced by the electrons in negatively charged object.... And now according to the law of charges opposite charges attract each other similar thing taking place here the electrons present on the negatively charged object attracts the positive charge in neutral object by separting the charges inside the object wich is called induction as soon as the neutral object enters into the field produce by negatively charged object ...,and then it attracts...


An electrically neutral object can be attracted by a positively charged object because?

Separation of charges, induced by the charged object. Electrons in the neutral object will move towards the positively charged objects; thus, the part of the neutral object (that is, total charge is neutral) that is nearer the positive object will have a negative charge, the part farther away will have a positive charge.Separation of charges, induced by the charged object. Electrons in the neutral object will move towards the positively charged objects; thus, the part of the neutral object (that is, total charge is neutral) that is nearer the positive object will have a negative charge, the part farther away will have a positive charge.Separation of charges, induced by the charged object. Electrons in the neutral object will move towards the positively charged objects; thus, the part of the neutral object (that is, total charge is neutral) that is nearer the positive object will have a negative charge, the part farther away will have a positive charge.Separation of charges, induced by the charged object. Electrons in the neutral object will move towards the positively charged objects; thus, the part of the neutral object (that is, total charge is neutral) that is nearer the positive object will have a negative charge, the part farther away will have a positive charge.


What happens when charged objects placed near the neutral objects?

There will be an attractive interaction between the charged object and the neutral object.


Why does a neutral object attract a neutral object?

In a electrostatically neutral object there are equal numbers of charged particles (electrons and protons).


When a negatively charged object touches a neutral object does the neutral object gain or lose electrons or protons?

It gains electrons. So if it gains electrons, then the neutral object becomes negatively charged as well.


What will a charged object do to a neutral object?

eat poo


How do you make negative Charge?

by taking a negatively charged object and touching it with the object that you want to be charged


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