When charging an object by conduction, what happens to the charges in the object? A. Electrons move, giving the object a static

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When charging an object by conduction, what happens to the charges in the
object?
A. Electrons move, giving the object a static charge.
B. The object is forced to generate extra electrons because of the
electric field.
C. The charges in it split up, with positive charges on one side, and
negative on the other.
D. The object moves, indicating it has acquired a charge.

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Ngọc Hoa 4 months 2021-09-03T18:33:27+00:00 2 Answers 5 views 0

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    2021-09-03T18:34:49+00:00

    Answer:

    Option A

    The electrons move, giving the object a static charge

    Explanation:

    When a neutral object is charged by conduction, it simply means that it is made to acquire a charges from another charged body, which is brought in contact with it.

    When this happens, the electrons from a conductor, move into the neutral object giving it a static charge which is equal in polarity with the charge of the original conductor which was used to touch it.

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    2021-09-03T18:35:22+00:00

    Answer:

    the answer is a

    Explanation:

    i just took a test and got this question right

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