when negative and positive separate they cause a front
They separate, with positive charges on one side and negative charges on the other.
No positive and negative charges do not atract
When the positive and negative charges in an atom no longer balance, the atom is called an ion. A cation is an ion with more positive charges than negative charges. An anion is an ion with more negative charges than positive charges.
Nonmetals have negative charges, and metals have positive charges.
No there are not going to be negative charges there are going to be positive charges!!!!
No not always. There could be from negative charges to positive charges. !
Electrons have negative charges.
they aquire negative charges by gaining electrons they aquire positive charges by losing electrons
No electric charges may be positive or negative - electrons have a negative charge; ions have a positive charge.
both because every object has both positive and negative charges but mainly has positive charges.
It is because it has positive charges (from 2 H) and negative charges (from O), that the charges balance out (negative + positive = neutral) (2H+) + (O2-) -----> H2O
Positive electric fields attract negative charges while negative electric fields attract positive charges.
If an atom has 3 positive charges (protons) and 4 negative charges (electrons), the 3 positive charges would "cancel out" 3 negative charges, with one negative charge left over. So the atom would have a charge of -1.
There are two types of Electric charge that hold an atom together: Positive and Negative. If the two charges are opposites (e.g. Positive and Negative), then they will attract. Hence, like charges will repel and go separate ways.
If the atoms have opposite charges (positive to negative) they will attract. If the atoms have the same charges (positive to positive or negative to negative) then they will repel. You can look at the Law of Electric Charges to get more information on this.
Polyatomic ions have a positive or a negative charge.
neutral. Positive and negative charges cancel each others.
yes.. as it deviates 4m positive to negative
Nonmetals have negative charges.
The force of attraction between positive charges and negative charges is called electrostatic force
No. A positive ion merely has more positive charges (protons) than negative charges (electrons).