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Q: What happens when two objects with opposite charges give an example that you have seen in everyday activities?
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Why electric potential is defined on positive charge?

That's just in convention, in line with other electric convention. It is common to use positive charges as a standard; for example, a current is usually defined as a movement of positive charges. If the actual charges happen to be negative (for example, electrons), the "conventional current" simply flows in the direction opposite to the flow of electrons.

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