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Coulomb Forces?
The force exerted by one point charge on another acts along the line between the charges. It varies inversely as the square of the distance separating the charge and is proportional to the product of the charges. The force is repulsive if the charges have the same sign and attractive if the charges have opposite signs.
What is The formula for Coulomb Forces
F=(k*q1*q2)/r^2
What is a Coulomb?
The amount of charge flowing through a cross section of wire in one second when the current is one Amp.
What is an conductor?
A material that has some electrons are free to move through out the entire material.
What is an insolator?
A material that has all the electrons bound to the atoms and are not likly to electrons to flow freely.
What are ions?
ions are atoms that have a addsional or missing electron.
What happens in charging by induction?
an object becomes charged in the presents of another charged object.
What is the definition of being polarized?
A conductor that has a separated equal and opposit charge.
How is the things grounded?
When a metal charged object is connected to earth or ground.
What is Coulomb's law?
The force exerted by one point of charges. It varies inversely as the square of the distance separating the charges and is proportional to the product of the charges. The forces is repulsive if the charges have the same sign and attractive if the charges have opposite signs.