What is net charge?
The net charge is the charge that there is more of in an object.
For example, if an object has 5 electrons (negative charges) and 4
protons (positive charges), then the net charge is negative because
there are more electrons in the object. If the object gains 2
protons through the transfer of electric charge then the net charge
becomes positive. However, if the object loses 1 proton to have an
equal amount of both protons and electrons, then the net charge