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physical science
6. If one body is positively charged and another body is negatively charged, free electrons tend to [A. move from the negatively charged body to the positively charged body.] B. remain in the positively charged body. C. remain in the negatively charged body. D. move from the ...
March 6, 2012 by jake

Electricity and Electronics
If one body is positively charged and another body is negatively charged, free electrons tend to A. move from the negatively charged body to the postively charged body. B. move from the postively charged body to the negatively charged body. C. remain in the negatively charged ...
August 22, 2012 by Mikaela

Electronic
If one body is positively charged and another body is negatively charged, will the free electrons tend to move from the negatively charged body to the positiovely charged body? yes
September 27, 2006 by Ed

Science
I can't find this answer in my book but can someone tell me if its right please? When you remove electrons from a metal cup, the cup becomes: negatively charged - positively charged or ionized? I think it is negatively charged. Thanks
October 9, 2012 by Sue

electricity
If one body is positively charged and another is negatively charged what will free electrons do? Generally it flows providing they are touching (or close enough to jump) and are conductors. Please read: http://www.kpsec.freeuk.com/electron.htm
June 7, 2007 by catherine

Electricity
if an electrically uncharged body is contacted by an electrically charged body,the uncharged body will? A)develop the opposite charge as the charged body. B)remain na neutrally charged body. C)develop the same charge as the charged body. D)neutralize the charged body. The ...
August 22, 2005 by angela

Electricity
if an electrically uncharged body is contacted by an electrically charged body,the uncharged body will? A)develop the opposite charge as the charged body. B)remain na neutrally charged body. C)develop the same charge as the charged body. D)neutralize the charged body. c
August 20, 2005 by angela

Physical Science
true or false in an atom, negatively charged electrons surround a positively charged nucleus
May 9, 2011 by Dallas

Physics
A neutral ball is suspended by a string. A positively charged insulating rod is placed near the ball, which is observed to be attracted to the rod. Why is this? 1. The ball becomes negatively charged by induction. 2. The string is not a perfect conductor. 3. The number of ...
July 23, 2013 by Lynn

Science
Use the electron theory to explain how one object can be negatively charged and another can be positively charged. help If electrons are negative, removing them will leave a net positive charge (net meaning fewer negative electrons than postivite protons). Remember, in normal ...
November 29, 2006 by Nicka

Value of a Charge of a Body (Physics 11th Grade)
What is the value of a charge of a body that carries 20 excess electrons? I think that the question asks you to pretend that something is negatively charged by 20 electrons. So I think you take the charge of an electron, which is 1.6 x 10^-19, and multiply it by 20. If you do ...
February 25, 2011 by Angela

Physics-Check my answers
when combing you hair you scuff electrons from your hair onto the comb.is your hair then positively or negativley charged?How about the comb? -Your hair is postively charged, while the comb is negatively charged Why are the tires for trucks carrying gasoline and other ...
November 6, 2007 by Soly

physics
if a negatively charged rod is brought near a negatively charged electroscope, there will be no effect the leaves will fall the leaves will spread farther apart the electroscopw will become positively charge
March 28, 2011 by kriti

physics
two charged plates are 2mm apart. An electron escapes from the negatively charged plate and reaches the positively charged plate in 1.2*10^-8 seconds. Find the electric field between the plates?
July 24, 2012 by Nowah

physics
two charged plates are 2mm apart. An electron escapes from the negatively charged plate and reaches the positively charged plate in 1.2*10^-8 seconds. Find the electric field between the plates?
July 24, 2012 by Nowah

Electricity and Electronics
1. A transformer has a primary voltage of 115 V and a secondary voltage of 24 V. If the number of turns in the primary is 345, how many turns are in the secondary? A. 8 B. 690 C. 72 D. 1,653 2. To use your left hand to determine the direction of the voltage developed in a ...
October 3, 2013 by StarBuddy

IPC
i dont have a book or anything to go look all this stuff up so i really need help understanding this.. Which of the following statements is not true? a)negatively charged objects attract other negatively charged objects. b)postively charged objects attract negatively charged ...
May 11, 2011 by Please help!!

Chemistry
what happens when the nucleus of one atom attracts a pair of shared electrons more strongly than the nucleus of the other atom in the bond? If a molecule is polar as a result of a polar covalent bond, which end is positively charged and which end is negatively charged?
November 18, 2012 by Chem Freak *not really*

Chemistry
What happens when the nucleus of one atom attracts a pair of shared electrons more strongly than the nucleus of the other atom in the bond? If a molecule is polar as a result of a polar covalent bond, which end is positively charged and which end is negatively charged?
November 18, 2012 by Balls

Science
To neutralize a pithball electroscope all you have to do is to hold it for a very short time. Explain what happens to discharge the pith ball if it is a)negatively charged b)positively charged
April 28, 2008 by anum

science
What does effect of negatively charged Object on positively charged object mean
May 16, 2011 by brenda

Organic chemistry
You are at isoelectric point for a solution of Leucine. If the number of negatively charged carboxyl ate groups, -COO-, is 1x10^19, how many positively charged amino groups, NH3+, would there be?
October 5, 2011 by Becky

Physics
When a -ively charged object comes in contact with a +ively charged object, they dischage. The electrons flow from the -ive side to the +ive side until the charges on both objects are equal What happens when a negatively charged object and a postively charged object come in ...
January 25, 2007 by testing

Physics
7. Two metal spheres are suspended from insulating threads. A negatively charged rod is brought near these spheres. One sphere is pushed away from the rod and the other is attracted toward it. Describe the behavior of the spheres. SOLUTION: ----> {Metal sphere attracted to ...
May 29, 2009 by sally

Chemistry
Explain how a non metal atom becomes negative. Lose an electron, become negative. Bob Pursley isn't at his computer right now but I don't think he would mind if I explained that ADDING an electron to a non-metal makes it become negatively charged. I agree with Dr Bob; Losing ...
April 18, 2007 by Mani

Physics-Check my answers
At the atomic level, what is meant by saying something is electrically charged? - When something is electrically charged it means that it has a positive charge. Why is charged usually transferred by electrons rather that protons? -The electrons are oppositly charged than the ...
November 6, 2007 by Soly

physical science
The oxygen atoms of a water molecule are most attracted to 1: Other oxygen atoms, negatively charged ions, positively charged ions or nonpolar molecules?
November 6, 2007 by palmer

Physics
The figure shows portions of two large, parallel, non-conducting sheets, each with a fixed uniform charge on one side. The magnitudes of the surface charge densities are σ(+) = 4 μC/m2 for the positively charged sheet and σ(-) = 10 μC/m2 for the negatively ...
February 17, 2014 by Lyra

Physics Please help2
Two small insulating spheres with radius 7.0010^−2m are separated by a large center-to-center distance of 0.565m . One sphere is negatively charged, with net charge -2.05μC , and the other sphere is positively charged, with net charge 4.10μC . The charge is ...
May 21, 2014 by Josh

physics
please check my answers and help me with the first one. how can you charge an object negatively with only the help of a positively charged object? -This one I am not too sure, when one material is rubbed against another electrons jump readily from one to the other but protons ...
November 6, 2007 by Soly

physics
A negatively charged balloon sticks to a wooden door. However, an uncharged balloon does not stick to a wooden door. What is the nature of the charge on the wooden door? A. Electrically neutral B. Positively charged C. Conductor D. Lacking protons I am thinking it is A or B?
April 7, 2009 by sophie

Chemistry
An electron jumps from energy level 1 to energy level 2 by absorbing a photon of energy 8 eV. What is the most likely energy of the photon that will be emitted by the electron when it moves back down to energy level 1? 2 ev 4 ev 8 ev 12 ev What is the best description of the ...
October 31, 2013 by bigurl1.4

physics
Hi, How can you charge an electroscope negatively? Is it by using a positively charged rod? Can someone please help me? Thank you :)
May 12, 2010 by gaveen

Physics
Two parallel, uniformly charged, infinitely long wires carry opposite charges with a linear charge density ? = 5 gC/m and are 8 cm apart. What is the magnitude and direction of the electric field at a point midway between them and 49 cm above the plane containing the two ...
February 17, 2012 by Long

Physics
Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field of about V=150 V/m which points downward. Two identical balls with mass m= 0.550 kg are dropped from a height of 2.30 m, but one of the balls is positively charged with q1= 800 microCoulombs , and the second is ...
February 7, 2010 by Ambrie

Physics
Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field of about V=150 V/m which points downward. Two identical balls with mass m= 0.550 kg are dropped from a height of 2.30 m, but one of the balls is positively charged with q1= 800 microCoulombs , and the second is ...
February 7, 2010 by Ambrie

Physics
A negatively charged balloon has 3.1 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 7, 2011 by Maria

Physics
A negatively charged balloon has 3.1 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 7, 2011 by Maria

Physics
A negatively charged balloon has 3.1 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 7, 2011 by Maria

Physics
A negatively charged balloon has 3.1 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 7, 2011 by Maria

Physics
A negatively charged balloon has 3.1 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 7, 2011 by Maria

Physics
A negatively charged balloon has 3.1 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 7, 2011 by Maria

Physics
A negatively charged balloon has 3.1 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 7, 2011 by Maria

physics
A negatively charged balloon has 4.6 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? Answer in units of electrons.
March 20, 2011 by maria

Physical Science
What is the length of an aluminum rod at 65 degress celcius if its length at 15 degrees celcius is 1.2 meters? Finallength-initiallength=coefficentlinearexpansion*(65-15). You can get the coefficent of linear expansion for aluminum from your text or a handbook. I don't ...
July 5, 2005 by Mirayah Robinson

physics (electric charges)
Hi, How can you charge an electroscope negatively? Is it by using a positively charged rod? Can someone please help me? Thank you :)
May 12, 2010 by gaveen

physics (electric charges)
Hi, How can you charge an electroscope negatively? Is it by using a positively charged rod? Can someone please help me? Thank you :)
May 12, 2010 by gaveen

Science
Why does my hair stand on end when I take off my hat on a cold, dry day? Everything you see is made up of atoms. They contain even smaller particles, called protons and electrons. Protons have positive electrical charges and they never move. Electrons have a negative charge ...
April 19, 2007 by HERSHEYS

physics
1)The difference of potential between terminals of a battery is 6V. How much work is done when a series of negative charges totaling 0.5 C are moved from one terminal to another? 2) Two parallel metal plates have opposite charges and a difference of potential of 1000V between ...
February 27, 2010 by Sylvia

Physics
Two parallel plates are 4.85 cm apart. The bottom plate is charged positively and the top plate is charged negatively, producing a uniform electric field of 5.51 x 104 N/C in the region between the plates. What is the time required for an electron, which starts at rest at the ...
January 31, 2012 by Ashley

chemistry
what theory describes how negatively charged electron orbitals orient around a positvely charged nucleus?
December 3, 2012 by Erin

Science
A student weighs 36.4kg suppose his entire body is made of electrons. How many electrons are present in his body. What would be charge in his body.
December 23, 2012 by Raju singh

Physics
A hydrogen atom consists of a positively charged proton (nucleus) and a negatively charged electron. The following is correct due to Coulomb's law: a.The two particles repel each other b.The electron accelerates toward the proton c.The electron and proton are in mechanical ...
February 5, 2010 by Sammy

chemistry
if compound forms by ionic bonding, which is not true? A. a positively charged atom or group of atoms attracts a negatively charged atom or group of atoms B. the net cgare of the compound is zero C. the compund consists of just two atoms, each of opposite charge. D. several ...
January 12, 2007 by Darius Graham

physics
How can you charge an object negatively with only the help of a positively charged object?
July 14, 2010 by Nicole

physics
A negatively charged balloon has 4.5 C of charge. How many excess electrons are on this balloon? Answer in units of electrons
February 26, 2012 by ivan

Chemistry
Check? Answers On bottom. Electrostatic interaction is important for which type of bond? A. ionic bond B. triple covalent bond C. single covalent bond D. double covalent bond When an atom gains or loses valence electrons and becomes charged, it is known as a(n) _____. A. ...
December 13, 2012 by Victoria

chemistry
Check? Answers On bottom. Electrostatic interaction is important for which type of bond? A. ionic bond B. triple covalent bond C. single covalent bond D. double covalent bond When an atom gains or loses valence electrons and becomes charged, it is known as a(n) _____. A. ...
December 13, 2012 by Victoria

chemistry
Check? Answers On bottom. Electrostatic interaction is important for which type of bond? A. ionic bond B. triple covalent bond C. single covalent bond D. double covalent bond When an atom gains or loses valence electrons and becomes charged, it is known as a(n) _____. A. ...
December 13, 2012 by Victoria

Physics
There are two conducting concentric hollow spheres of outer radii and ( ). The thickness of the material of both spheres is . The inner sphere is negatively charged with charge density . The larger sphere is positively charged with charge density . (a) What is the electric ...
February 24, 2013 by P

Chemistry (Check)
i have to fill in the blanks In an ionic compound the charges of the Blank and Blank must balance to produce an electrically Blank Substance. Is it Cation, Anion, then Netural for the last blank And what about this one i don't know. Metallic atoms tend to lose valebce ...
November 15, 2006 by Bryan

PHYSICS
1. Why is an electric field considered to be a vector quantity? 2. Draw the electric field around an electric dipole of +1 C and -1 C 3. How many electrons have been removed from a positively charged object if it has a charge of 1.5 x 1011 C? 4. A particle with a charge - 1....
December 21, 2012 by Hayden

science
In experiments involving a pithball electroscope, what causes the pithball to move? I believe the answer is B A. The pith material always holds a natural positive charge, and it is attracted to other charged objects. B. Electrons jump onto or off the neutral ball when a ...
February 28, 2009 by Jenny

physics
The grid in a high-vacuume triode is usually kept negatively charged with respect to the cathode so that the electrons may be
March 24, 2012 by Sara

Physics (please check!)
A positively charged light metal ball is suspended between two oppositely charged metal plates on an insulating thread as shown below. After being charged once, the plates are disconnected from the battery. Describe the behavior of the ball. Would the ball remain in the center?
May 19, 2008 by BAdams

physics
An axon is the relatively long tail-like part of a neuron, or nerve cell. The outer surface of the axon membrane is charged positively, and the inner surface is charged negatively. The membrane itself has a dielectric constant k ~ 5 and a thickness d ~ 10−8 m. Thus the ...
February 11, 2010 by edd

physics needed asap
When you bring a positively charged rod next to the electroscope without touching it, the electroscope is neutrally charged, yet the leaves at the bottom of it repel each other. Why?
April 13, 2012 by tyrell

physics
Which of the following is correct according to Rutherford's atom model? Choose one answer. a. Atomic spectra should be line spectra. b. Electrons do not radiate while revolving in an orbit. c. Atomic spectra should be continuous spectra. d. Electrons are embedded in a ...
May 1, 2011 by ashley --- HELP PLEASEE!!!

Physics (Pre-AP)
I have the same exact question as BAdams did in 2008! I was wondering if anyone could explain this in further detail. A positively charged light metal ball is suspended between two oppositely charged metal plates on an insulating thread as shown below. After being charged once...
February 25, 2011 by Angela

physics
a positively charged light metal ball is suspended between two oppositely charged metal plates on an insulating thread. after being charged once. the plates are disconnected from the battery. describe the behavior of the ball. (the plates are not touching nothing and the ball ...
December 1, 2010 by maria

Physics - urgent help needed
Explain using an example how to charge an object positively using only a negatively charged object.
April 13, 2009 by Sam

Physics
Explain using an example how to charge an object positively using only a negatively charged object.
April 13, 2009 by Sam

Physics
Explain using an example how to charge an object positively using only a negatively charged object.
April 13, 2009 by Sam

Chem
How do I know which part of a compund is negectivly charged and which side is positivly charged? In BH3 how would I know if the B is positivly charged or negetively charged? and for hydrogen?
July 8, 2009 by Lena

[+] (+) [-] PHYSICS PRE-AP 11th GRADE
A positively charged light metal ball is suspended between two oppositely charged metal plates on an insulating thread as shown below. After being charged once, the plates are disconnected from the battery. Describe the behavior of the ball. Could you please describe the ...
February 25, 2011 by Angela

Pre-Algebra
The treasurer of the student body at a college reported that the receipts from a recent contact totaled $916; Furthermore, he announced that 560 people had attended the concert. Students were charged $1.25 each for admission to the concert, and adults were charged $2.25 each. ...
February 1, 2014 by Tyler

physics- still confused.
A positively charged light metal ball is suspended between two oppositely charged metal plates on an insulating thread as shown below. After being charged once, the plates are disconnected from the battery. Describe the behavior of the ball. Thank you so much! Could you please...
February 27, 2011 by Angela here again

physics 30
An electron that has a distance of 10.0 cm , is accelerated from rest through a potential difference of 4.50 kV before it enters a region between perpendicular elecric and magnetic fields. The electron moves into a region between positively charged plate and a negatively ...
March 21, 2012 by sarah

Physics
In a portable defibrillator, energy is stored in a capacitor charged to a high potential difference. The capacitor is discharged through the patients body in a short, high-powered pulse. a) The capacitor in a portable defibrillator is charged to 5000 V and ...
October 5, 2011 by jo

Physics
If you shine an ultraviolet light on the metal ball of a negatively charged electroscope, it will discharge. But if the electroscope is positivelely charged, it won't discharge. Why?
April 2, 2008 by Jake

HELP
how can you tell the difference between a positively charged and a negatively charged object by using a electroscope Ashley: Please include the subject in your questions: Science, or Electricity would have been appropriate here. You can only determine the type of charge by ...
November 29, 2006 by ashley

Static Electricity. 11th Grade Pre-AP Physics
Hi everyone! I need some help studying for a test on Static Electricity. I have a few review questions that I don't know how to do. Below they are numbered and in parenthesis I answered what I think you might have to do to get the answer. Please help me in any way you can. ...
February 25, 2011 by Angela

human body
With your understanding of bone and muscle tissue (cells and the extracellular material) discuss two lifestyle factors (one for bone and one for muscle) that affect the growth, development, size and/or healing (positively or negatively) of the tissue.
January 16, 2012 by Lynn

physics
a.What electric potential difference exists across a 5.2 F capacitor that has a charge of 2.1 10-3 C? how do i use uF and C into a formula to find answer?? b.An oil drop is negatively charged and weighs 8.5 10-15 N. The drop is suspended in an electric field intensity of 5.3 ...
February 5, 2008 by kailey

structure and function of the human body
With your understanding of bone and muscle tissue (cells and the extracellular material) discuss two lifestyle factors (one for bone and one for muscle) that affect the growth, development, size and/or healing (positively or negatively) of the tissue. Also state whether the ...
January 20, 2013 by sarah

Physics
Q.1:When a force is applied to a body,several effects are possible.Which of the folloeing could NOT occur? a.The body speeds up. b.The body rotates. c.The mass of the body decreases. d.The body changes direction. e.The body remains as it was. Force does not change mass.
April 14, 2007 by Candy

Physics
A sexond smaller metal sphere was positioned near the van de Graff machine. THe sphere was grounded. Did this snaller sphere become charged? How and why? was the interaction between the two spheres attractive or repulsive? Explain. Yes the smaller sphere was charged because ...
April 2, 2008 by Andrea

Physics
Two 10 cm diameter charged rings face each other, 20 cm apart. The left ring is charged to -20 nC and the right ring is charged to +20 nC.
September 3, 2010 by David D.

Physics
Two 18.0 cm diameter charged rings face each other, 22.0 cm apart. The left ring is charged to + 40.0 nC and the right ring is charged to + 15.0 nC. What is the force on a + 0.50 nC charge placed at the mid point?
February 10, 2011 by Please Help!!!!!!!!!!!

pre ap physics
** When s conducting sphere is charged positively, initially the charge is deposited on the left side. However, due to the sphere's conducting nature, the charge spreads uniformly throughout the surface of the sphere. Charge is uniformly distributed because: ** A. charged ...
February 27, 2011 by Angela here again

+ --> a sphere --> (+)
Multiple Choice Help: ** When s conducting sphere is charged positively, initially the charge is deposited on the left side. However, due to the sphere's conducting nature, the charge spreads uniformly throughout the surface of the sphere. Charge is uniformly distributed ...
February 25, 2011 by Angela

Physics
1)When two bodies are charged, the total charge before and after charging remains the same because of: A)quantization of charges B)conservation of charges C)law of induction D)coulomb's law I got C but im not sure. I couldnt find anything to state otherwise. 2)When a ...
April 9, 2008 by Jon

Physics
1)Which of the following statements is true about electric forces? A)electric forces cause objects to only attract each other. B)electric forces cause objects to only repel each other C)electric forces cause objects to repel or attract each other D)electric forces have no ...
April 9, 2008 by Jon

Biology / DNA / science
Hi, Can anyone confirm my answer here.. I need to determine familial relationship Body 1 Body 2 Body3 Locus 1 14,19 16,18 14,18 Locus 2 15,21 18,18 17,21 Locus 3 11,11 12,13 11,12 Locus 4 18,19 18,24 18,23 Locus 5 13,14 14,15 12,14 Locus 6 29,29.2 29,31.2 29,31.2 Locus 7 13,17...
December 3, 2010 by Rooster

Physics
A negatively charged balloon sticks to a wooden door. However, an unchanged balloon does not stick to a wooden door. What is the nature of the charge on the wooden door? Is it electrically neutral? Or could it possibly be possibly charged also?
May 20, 2009 by Amber.

Science. 11th Grade Pre-AP Physics
A positively charged light metal ball is suspended between two oppositely charged metal plates on an insulating thread as shown below. After being charged once, the plates are disconnected from the battery. Describe the behavior of the ball. Thank you so much! Could you please...
February 25, 2011 by Angela

Physics
Exactly what is a positively charged hydrogen atom?
April 17, 2008 by Shelly

chemistry
why are the atoms in metallic bonds positively charged?
January 23, 2012 by kelly

physics
If you rub a glass rod and silk together, the rod will then become positively charged, the metal ball will become negative,and the leaves will be positive, making it closer together ... or If you rub a glass rod and silk together, the rod will then become negatively charged, ...
March 25, 2009 by anonymous

Physics
A massless spring with spring constant 17.1 N/m hangs vertically. A body of mass 0.210 kg is attached to its free end and then released. Assume that the spring was unstretched before the body was released. How far below the initial position does the body descend?
April 25, 2013 by Anonymous

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