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 becomes nuetral.
Diatomic elements have a net charge of zero. For example O2 has no net charge.
The net charge is the total amount of charge that the ion will have. So you will find out the charge of each group and add them all together for the net charge.
A material will have a net charge because of the removal or addition of electrons. Adding electrons will cause a net negative charge. Removing them will create a net positive charge.
A sodium atom has a net charge of zero. A sodium ion has a net charge of 1+.
No an electron does not have a net charge of 0, in fact it has a net charge of -1.
The net charge of potassium is 1+
The net charge of Ca is +2
The net charge of Oxygen is -2
An atom with no net charge is simply an atom. An atom that does have a net charge is an ion.
The net charge of an atom is zero, or neutral. In other word there is no net charge. The net charge of an elemental atom is zero, or neutral. The net charge of an ionic atom is determined by how many electrons the atom has in comparison to the number of protons the atom has.
No.Atoms generally have no net charge. An atom with a charge is called an ion.
A crystal of salt consists of electrons and positive ions. How does the net charge of the electrons compare with the net charge of the ions
A net charge results when an atom gains or loses electrons. If it loses electrons, it gains a positive charge, if it gains them, it gains a net negative charge.
the Net charge of Iron is actually +2
The MAJORITY of matter has a net charge of ZERO.
The net charge of the precipitate is 0. The net charge of the precipitate is 0.
It does not have a net charge.
co2 is a neutral compound meaning the net charge is zero
there is no net charge on the capacitor because nomber of positive and negative charge and negetive are equal.
The net charge of H2O is 0. The net charge of OH is -1. The net charge of H is +1. So, OH (-1) + H (+1) --> H2O (0)
The net charge is the sum of all individual charges. If one charge is slightly positive and the other charge is slightly negative, the overall charge will be neutral.
an excess or shortage of electrons produces a net electric charge
Zero. A compound will never have a net charge.
because it flows on the direction where the net charge flows. :D
Net charge is the charge on a whole compound instead of each separate ion.