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Q: What is the term used to describe a solid object that accumutates a charge in one limited area?
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When the object is charged by contact what kind of charge does the object have compared with that on the object giving the charged?

When an object is charged by contact, the object getting the charge has the same charge compared with that of the object giving the charge. so if the object giving the charge has a positive charge, so does the object getting the charge


What is true about an object pulled inward in an electric field does it have negative charge object has charge of different field object has neutral charge or object has a charge same field?

Negitive


When the total charge on an object is zero the object is electrically what?

The object with zero charge is electrically neutral.


What happens to an object with a positive charge and an object with a positive charge?

They attract.


What object has charge if it has positive charge?

That would apply to any object.


To say that electric charge quantized is to say that the charge on an object is?

Quantized charge means that the charge on an object exists in integer units of the charge of an electron, e.g. object charge = Ne, where N is an integer number..


How can an object have a neutral charge if part of the object has a positive and a negative charge?

If the positive and negative charges are equal, then the object has a 'net' neutral charge.


What happens when an object with a negative charge touches anther object?

Depends on the charge (and conductivity) of the "other" object.


What happen when an object with an negative charge touches anther object?

Depends on the charge (and conductivity) of the "other" object.


If you were given a positively-charged rod to charge an object by induction what charge will the object get?

When an object is rubbed with a charged rod, the object shares the charge so that both have a charge of the same sign. In contrast, charging by induction gives an object the charge opposite that of the charged rod. so your object would be negatively charged.


What charge does an object have when proton and electrons are evenly distributed?

the object will have neutral charge


What does it mean when an object has a positive charge?

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