# How many electrons must be removed from an electrically neutral silver dollar to give it a charge of +2.0 ìC?

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how many electrons must be removed from an electrically neutral silver dollar to give a charge of +2.8 uc
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How many electrons must be removed from an electrically neutral silver dollar to give it a charge of +2.0 ìC?
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How many electrons must be removed from an electrically neutral silver dollar to give it a charge of +2.8 µC?
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How many electrons must be removed from an electrically neutral silver dollar to give it a charge of +2.1 µC?
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(a) Calculate the number of electrons in a small, electrically neutral silver pin that has a mass of 8.0 g. Silver has 47 electrons per atom, and its molar mass is 107.87 g/mol. (b) Imagine adding electrons to the pin until the negative charge has the very
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Two spherical objects are separated by a distance of 2.41 x 10-3 m. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small compared to the distance between them. Each object acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons. As
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A piece of cobalt has a mass of 41 g and is initially electrically neutral. It is then charged with q = +0.6 µC. (a) How many electrons were removed from the piece of cobalt in the charging process (in electron) (b) What fraction of the total number of

A neutral nitrogen atom has 7 electrons, 7 protons, and 7 neutrons. What is its total charge? If we remove 2 of the electrons, now what is its charge? what is its charge if we add 2 electrons to the neutrol atom instead? give charge in Coloumbs.

two spherical objects are separated by a distance of 9x10^-3 m. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small compared to the distance between them. Each object acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons. As a
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In one mole or 18 grams of water, the total negative charge of all the electrons is: a. zero because its electrically neutral. b. less than one C c. almost 100,000 C. d. almost one million C. e. none of these
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Two spherical objects are separated by a distance of 1.41 × 10^-3 m. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small compared to the distance between them. Each object acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons.
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Two spherical objects are separated by a distance of 1.53 × 10-3 m. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small compared to the distance between them. Each object acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons. As
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Two spherical objects are separated by a distance of 2.97 × 10-3 m. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small compared to the distance between them. Each object acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons. As
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The final charge on each of the three separated spheres in part (c) is +3.0 µC. How many electrons would have to be added to one of the three spheres to make it electrically neutral? Divide 3*10^-6 Coulombs by 1.6*10^-19 Coulombs per electron. The
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You have a neutral balloon. What is its charge after 12000 electrons have been removed from it? The elemental charge is 1.6 × 10−19 C. Answer in units of μC
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You have a neutral balloon. What is its charge after 12000 electrons have been removed from it? The elemental charge is 1.6 × 10−19 C. Answer in units of µC.
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Two spherical objects are separated by a distance of 2.41 x 10-3 m. The objects are initially electrically neutral and are very small compared to the distance between them. Each object acquires the same negative charge due to the addition of electrons. As
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In a vacuum, two particles have charges of q1 and q2, where q1 = +3.8C. They are separated by a distance of 0.37 m, and particle 1 experiences an attractive force of 4.7 N. What is the value of q2, with its sign? Two spherical objects are separated by a

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
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The atomic number of an electrically neutral atom is equal to the number of: Choose all that apply. Neutrons Electrons Protons I chose Electrons but somehow my homework program is telling me it's wrong? I also tried checking all of them.
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What is the total charge of all the electrons in a 13 kg bar of silver? (Silver has 47 electrons per atom and an atomic mass of 108 u.)
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(#1) If two pith balls - one which is neutral and another which has a charge of -9.6 uC (micro-Coulombs) - are touched together, how many extra electrons will each ball have? (#2) Charge q1 = 6 uC is at the origin, charge q2 = 7 uC is at y = 2m, x = 0,
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If 1000 electrons are removed from an isolated neutral metal sphere, calculate the charge acquired by the sphere. -1 mark question of state syllabus.
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please check this: When a glass rod is rubbed with silk and becomes positively charged, a. electrons are removed from the rod b. protons are removed from the silk c. protons are added to the silk d. the silk remains neutral A Charge is most easily
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A copper atom has 29 electrons revolving around the nucleus. A copper ball has 4x10^23 atoms. What fraction of the electrons be removed to give the ball a charge of +9.6uC?
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Write the chemical symbol for the atomic species with 35 electrons and a charge of +34 on the nucleus. Does the +34 charge just mean the number of protons? And then 35 electrons would give it a - charge so it would be Se-? Or am I looking at this question
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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
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1)A hypothetical neutral atom has 77 electrons. One of its electrons is held in circular orbit of radius r = 0.244 nm by electrostatic attraction between the electron and the nucleus. Assume: the interaction between electrons is negligible. Calculate the
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Is this true Dispersion forces generally increase in strength as the number of electrons in a molecule increases. The number of electrons can only increase if more atoms are added to the molecule. The molecule has to stay electrically neutral. Dispersion
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can someone please elpain to me the formation of binary ionic compounds from its constituent element. cuz I don't understand! thanks I really thank you guys alot! What grade are you in? Do you know about s and p orbitals? um.. why does it matter??? and I
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Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions and use: T = time(s) I=current (amps) Q=net charge on object (Coulombs) N=no electrons (and write if added or removed from object and how) E=elementary charge A piece of fuse wire has a diameter of
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Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions and use: T = time(s) I=current (amps) Q=net charge on object (Coulombs) N=no electrons (and write if added or removed from object and how) E=elementary charge A piece of fuse wire has a diameter of
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Initially, both metal spheres are neutral. In a charging process, 1 × 1013 electrons are removed from one metal sphere and placed on a second sphere. Then the electrical poten- tial energy associated with the two spheres is found to be −0.061 J .
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Check answers? 1) Why did J.J. Thomson reason that electrons must be a part of the atoms of all elements? A) Cathode rays are negatively charged particles**** B) Cathode rays can be deflected by magnets C) An electron is 2000 times lighter than a hydrogen
35. ## MS. SUE HELP- Chemistry

Check answers? 1) Why did J.J. Thomson reason that electrons must be a part of the atoms of all elements? A) Cathode rays are negatively charged particles**** B) Cathode rays can be deflected by magnets C) An electron is 2000 times lighter than a hydrogen
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An object has a charge of −2.4 ìC. How many electrons must be removed so that the charge becomes +2.8 ìC
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How many electrons must be removed from an object to leave it with a charge of 2.0 x 10 exp-10C? This is a small though not neglible static charge.
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Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions and use: T = time(s) I=current (amps) Q=net charge on object (Coulombs) N=no electrons (and write if added or removed from object and how) E=elementary charge Two copper wires of diameter 1 mm and 2
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A metal sphere is insulated electrically and is given a charge. If 50 electrons are added to the sphere in giving a charge, how many Coulombs are added to the sphere?
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A rod has a charge of -2.0 ìC. How many electrons must be removed so that the charge becomes +3.3 ìC
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if a neutral object lost 2 electrons, what would it's charge be? it would be positive right?
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Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions and use: T = time(s) I=current (amps) Q=net charge on object (Coulombs) N=no electrons (and write if added or removed from object and how) E=elementary charge Calculate the number of free electrons
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A metal sphere is insulated electrically and is given a charge. If 50 electrons are added to the sphere in giving a charge, how many Coulombs are added to the sphere? Please show step by step...s
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Initially, both metal spheres are neutral. In a charging process, 1 × 1013 electrons are removed from one metal sphere and placed on a second sphere. Then the electrical poten- tial energy associated with the two spheres is found to be −0.061 J .
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In a crystal of salt there are electrons and positive ions. How does the net charge of the electrons compare with the net charge of the ions? 1. Unable to determine 2. Sometimes the net charge of the negative electrons is greater than the net charge of the
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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
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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
48. ## 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
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A neutral atom of an element has 2 electrons with n=1, 8 electrons with n=2, and 5 electrons with n=3. Write its electron configuration and find: A) atomic number B) total number of s electrons C) total number p electrons D) total number of protons
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Neutral metal sphere A, of mass 0.10kg, hangs from an insulating wire 2.0m long. An identical metal sphere B, with charge -q is brought into contact with sphere A. Sphere A goes 12 degrees away from Sphere B. Calculate the initial charge on Sphere B. Note:
51. ## biology

Sulfur has six electrons in its outer most energy level. In ionic bonding, it would tend to ­­­­­­­­­_____________________________. A. take on two more electrons B. give away two electrons C. give away six electrons D. not take on anymore
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Sulfur has six electrons in its outer most energy level. In ionic bonding, it would tend to ­­­­­­­­­_____________________________. A. take on two more electrons B. give away two electrons C. give away six electrons D. not take on anymore
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I've been working on this problem for quite some time now and still can not figure it out... Initially, both metal spheres are neutral. In a charging process, 1 × 1013 electrons are removed from one metal sphere and placed on a second sphere. Then the
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Neutral metal sphere A, of mass 0.10kg, hangs from an insulating wire 2.0m long. An identical metal sphere B, with charge -q is brought into contact with sphere A. Sphere A goes 12 degrees away from Sphere B and there is a 90 degree angle at Sphere B.
55. ## Physics-not sure how to find the charge q

Posted by ~christina~ on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 9:14am. Two small silver spheres with a mass of 10.0g, are separated by 1.00m. Calcuate the fraction of the electrons in one sphere that must be transfered to the other to produce an attractive force of
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If two pith balls - one which is neutral and another which has a charge of -9.6 uC (micro-Coulombs) - are touched together, how many extra electrons will each ball have?
57. ## As Physics

Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions and use: T = time(s) I=current (amps) Q=net charge on object (Coulombs) N=no electrons (and write if added or removed from object and how) E=elementary charge Calculate the number of free electrons
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the charge on a pith ball was measured as +40 nC. if the charge on an electron is -1.6 x 10^-19, how many electrons have been added or removed from the ball?
59. ## Plz Help Physics

We know that the negative charge on the electron and the positive charge on the proton are equal. Suppose, however, that these magnitudes differ from each other by 0.00011%. With what force would two copper pennies, placed 1.4 m apart, repel each other?
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an object has a charge of -2.0 microcoloumbs, how many electrons must be removed so that the charge becomes +3.0 microcoloumbs? I'm not sure of which formula to use
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Why an atom is electrically neutral ?
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How can you find out how many unpaired electrons are present in gaseous Co3+ ion in its ground state? According to the NBS Circular 467 "Atomic Energy Leves", Co(3+) has 24 electrons with structure 1s(2), 2s(2), 2p(6),3s(2), 3p(6), 3d(6), and spectroscopic
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An electrically neutral model airplane is flying in a horizontal circle on a 2.0-m guideline, which is nearly parallel to the ground. The line breaks when the kinetic energy of the plane is 50 J. Reconsider the same situation, except that now there is a
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Two very small spheres are initially neutral and separated by a distance of 0.50 m. Suppose that 2.50 x 10^13 electrons are removed from one sphere and placed on the other. What is the magnitude of the electrostatic force that acts on each sphere?

what is electrically neutral matter
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Neutral metal sphere A, of mass 0.10kg, hangs from an insulating wire 2.0m long. An identical metal sphere B, with charge -q is brought into contact with sphere A. Sphere A goes 12 degrees away from Sphere B and there is a 90 degree angle at Sphere B
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wo very small spheres are initially neutral and separated by a distance of 2.73 m. Suppose that 2.60E+13 electrons are removed from one sphere and placed on the other. What is the magnitude of the electrostatic force that acts on each sphere?
68. ## 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
69. ## Physics... Coulomb's law

Two small silver spheres with a mass of 10.0g, are separated by 1.00m. Calcuate the fraction of the electrons in one sphere that must be transfered to the other to produce an attractive force of 1.00x10^4 N (about 1 ton) between spheres (number of
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Photographic film contains silver bromide in gelatin. Once exposed, some of the silver bromide decomposes, producing fine grains of silver. The unexposed silver bromide is removed by treating the film with sodium thiosulfate. Soluble sodium silver
71. ## Chemisty

Photographic film contains silver bromide in gelatin. Once exposed, some of the silver bromide decomposes, producing fine grains of silver. The unexposed silver bromide is removed by treating the film with sodium thiosulfate. Soluble sodium silver
72. ## Biology

These are true and false questions and I want to make sure that I got them right. 1. A water molecule is held together by two single polar covalent bonds. False 2. Because oxygen has a greater electronegativity than hydrogen, water molecules are polar with
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These are true and false questions and I want to make sure that I got them right. 1. A water molecule is held together by two single polar covalent bonds. False 2. Because oxygen has a greater electronegativity than hydrogen, water molecules are polar with
74. ## Biology

These are true and false questions and I want to make sure that I got them right. 1. A water molecule is held together by two single polar covalent bonds. False 2. Because oxygen has a greater electronegativity than hydrogen, water molecules are polar with
75. ## Chemistry

In our text book, the formula for finding the formal charge of an element in a compound is c(sub f) = X - (Y + Z/2) where x = the number of valence electrons y= the number of unshared electrons owned by the atom z= the number of bonding electrons shared by
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which particle is larger in radius silver ion or neutral silver atom
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How would a Lewis Dot Structure be drawn for CO +1? I can't seem to get it to satisfy the octet rule and have the right number of electrons. How many electrons do you have? 1C = 1 x 4 = 4 electrons. 1O = 1 x 6 = 6 electrons. Total is 10 electrons. -1
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two objects repel each other. can we be sure they are both electrically charged? how can we know which sign of charge? two objects attract each other. can we be sure both are electrically charged?
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The number of electrons that move about the nucleus of an electrically neutral atom is the same as the number of ____________________. A) protons in the nucleus.B) quarks in the nucleus.C) protons + neutrons in the nucleus.D) neutrons in the nucleus.E)
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The number of electrons that move about the nucleus of an electrically neutral atom is the same as the number of ____________________. A) protons in the nucleus.B) quarks in the nucleus.C) protons + neutrons in the nucleus.D) neutrons in the nucleus.E)
81. ## Physics

As a comet swings around the Sun, ice on the comet's surface vaporizes, releasing trapped dust particles and ions. The ions, because they are electrically charged, are forced by the electrically charged solar wind into a straight ion trail that points
82. ## pre-algebra

atoms contain charged particles called protons and electrons. each proton has a charge of +1, and each electron has a charge of -1. A sulfur ion has 16 protons and 18 electrons. find the net charge. Thank-You
83. ## 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
84. ## Chemistry

Why is magnesium atom smaller than atoms of both sodium and calcium? The location of the outer electrons for Mg are in closer to the nucleus than of Sodium or Calcium. To add to the correct answer from Bob Pursley, consider the electronic configurations.
85. ## physics As

The current carriers in a piece of semiconducting material have a charge of 1.6 x 10^-19C. Calculate the number of charge carriers entering the material per second when the current is 3 microamps so 3 x 10^-6 amps. ? Please help and do it step by step all
86. ## As physics

The current carriers in a piece of semiconducting material have a charge of 1.6 x 10^-19C. Calculate the number of charge carriers entering the material per second when the current is 3 microamps so 3 x 10^-6 amps. ? Please help and do it step by step all
87. ## Physics - Help!

A television set shoots out a beam of electrons. The beam current is 10E-6Amp (10macroAmp. How many electrons srike the TV screen each second? How much charge strike the screen in a minute? An ampere is a coulomb of electrons per second. If you divide that
88. ## Chemistry

Hi! Can you tell me if I chose the right options for my chemistry homework? My answers are at the bottom. 1. Electrostatic interaction is important for which type of bond? A. ionic bond B. triple covalent bond C. single covalent bond D. double covalent
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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
90. ## chemistry - DrBob?

Hi! Can you tell me if I chose the right options for my chemistry homework? My answers are at the bottom. 1. Electrostatic interaction is important for which type of bond? A. ionic bond B. triple covalent bond C. single covalent bond D. double covalent
91. ## Physics

1 Most materials have weak magnetic properties because _____ a their paired electrons spin in opposite directions b their magnetic domains are aligned c their electrons spin d their atoms are electrically neutral 2 Which is a brittle material that is
92. ## Science Question for Lance

Histones interact with DNA at specific loci because DNA has phosphate functional groups. This interaction occurs because histones have a net _____ positive charge, which derives from their ______ residues, and interact with DNA because of its net _______
93. ## science

list three differences between ions and isotopes? An ion is an atom that has at least one fewer electrons than it has protons. Thus, an ion always has positive charge. Hydrogen usually has one proton and one electron and has neutral charge. The hydrogen
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1. Why is an electric field considered to be a vector quantity? 2. Draw the electric field around an electric dipole of +1 µC and -1 µC 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
95. ## As physics

Please help and do it step by step all parts of questions and use: T = time(s) I=current (amps) Q=net charge on object (Coulombs) N=no electrons (and write if added or removed from object and how) E=elementary charge Calculate the number of free electrons
96. ## Math

A 1965 U.S. half dollar contains 2/5 ounce of silver. How many ounces of silver do 100 of those coins contain?
97. ## physics

A negatively charged balloon has 4.5 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? The elemental charge is 1.6 × 10−19 C. Answer in units of electrons.
98. ## Physics

A negatively charged balloon has 4 μC of charge. How many excess electrons are on this bal- loon? The elemental charge is 1.6 × 10−19 C. Answer in units of electrons.
99. ## Physics/electricity

Suppose an object has a charge of 1 C and gains 6.88 * 10^18 electrons. What will the net charge of the object be in C? Give the answer in absolute value. It gains a charge of 1.102 coulomb, so shouldn't the net charge be 2.102 coulombs?
100. ## phisycal sciences

Which of the following properties did Rutherford use in his experiment? A. the negative charge of the alpha particles and the random distribution of protons B. the negative charge of the alpha particles and the positive charge of the gold foil C. the