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What type of bond is created by the attraction between atomic particles of opposite charge?
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What kind of bond is created by the attraction between atomic partivles of opposite charge?
What kind of bond is created by the attraction of a subatomic particle of opposite charge?
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Why do opposite magnetic poles attract?
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How does an anion form?
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A hydrogen bond is created between two molecules due to what?
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When was The Rules of Attraction - film - created?
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What kind of bond is created by a weak electrical attraction between polar molecules?
Why there is gravity in the earth?
There has to be gravity or will we float away. This is why mass and volume were created. To keep on us on the ground. You can't feel gravity but it will always be there. There is a force of attraction between all masses in the universe; the gravity we feel is the attraction between Earth's mass and the mass of our bodies on Earth's surface.
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How is tidal energy created?
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How was lightning created?
Lightning may not seem much like static electricity, but it's actually very similar. Both are sparks of electricity created through the attraction of unlike charges. The difference is that static electricity creates a small spark, while lightning is a huge spark of electricity. In storm clouds, tiny particles in the cloud move around picking up positive or negative energy charges, like when shoes scuff a rug. The positive charged particles stay light, and rise to the top of the cloud. The negative charged particles get heavier, and collect at the bottom of the cloud. As more particles become charged, they divide into opposing groups in the cloud. When the power of attraction between them gets too great, the particles discharge their energy at each other, completing a path for electricity to travel through the air. We call this flow of electricity lightning. It's the negative charges in the bottom of the cloud that cause lightning to strike the ground. When the negatively charged particles group together, they begin to seek out positive charges from the ground below. The excess electrons create a channel of charged air called a leader that reaches down to the ground below. The leaders attract other charged ground-based channels called streamers. When the stepped leader from the cloud meets a returning streamer from the ground, the path is ready. An electrical current called the return stroke, travels back up the path. This return stroke releases tremendous energy, bright light and thunder. The typical stroke can last only 30 milliseconds, so four to five strokes may happen in the blink of an eye. Despite the old saying, lightning does strike the same place twice. To review, lightning is created by the attraction between opposite charges, the same force that creates static electricity. But lightning uses huge opposite charges to produce an electrical current that's nothing like what you'd get from static electricity.
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What hydrogen in your solar system was created from subatomic particles?
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What is an electromagnetic force?
Electromagnetic force is energy created by the movement of electrically-charged atomic particles (protons and electrons). Whenever this type of energy is being released, there is both a flow (current) of charged particles, usually electrons, and a magnetic field that represents their flow in closed paths. The basic form of electromagnetism is the attraction between charged particles in an atom: the protons (+) and electrons (-). The protons repel each other but are held in place by another force, the strong nuclear force. The electrons are held in their orbitals by attraction to the protons, and kept separate as they repel the other electrons. The alignment of these charges in a number of atoms creates a magnetic field, and the motion of a magnetic field can generate an electric current. Conversely, the application of a flow of current can generate a magnetic field.