Charging by Induction. Mr. Ehret , Mr. Cooke. Recall. Charged objects can attract neutral objects (Ex. balloon + wall) Protons are positively charged – Electrons are negatively charged Conductors allow electrons to flow freely between particles
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Charging by Induction
Mr. Ehret, Mr. Cooke
Charging by Conduction
- Bring charged object towards neutral object
- Allow neutral object to polarize and then ground the neutral object by touching it
- Stop touching the neutral object (remove ground), and pull charged object away
Two neutral conducting pop cans are touching each other. A positively charged balloon is brought near one of the cans as shown below. The cans are separated while the balloon is nearby, as shown. After the balloon is removed the cans are brought back together. When touching again, can X is ____.
Two neutral conducting pop cans are touching each other. A positively charged glass rod is brought near Can X as shown below. Which of the following occur as the glass rod approaches Can X? List all that apply.