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Homework Help: Science help plz

Posted by Josey on Sunday, December 3, 2006 at 4:27pm.

Since all matter is made up of atoms that have positive and negative charges, how can an object be neutral? Explain.

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Well, if the number of postive equals the number of negative, we define that as neutral. They spread evenly in matter, so no net charge can be found.

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