# physics

posted by Anonymous

how many electrons must be removed from an electrically neutral silver dollar to give a charge of +2.8 uc

1. drwls

2.8*10^-6 C divided by the charge of a single electron, 1.60*10^-19 C/electron.

It makes no difference what the material and size is.

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