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A polythene rod is rubbed with a cloth and the cloth becomes positively charged.
Which statement describes the transfer of charges?
A polythene rod becomes charged when rubbed with a dry woolen cloth.
The charge caused is a result of
Q. Which material is a conductor of electricity?
Q. A student tests the electrical conduction of four materials.
Which materials conduct electricity?
Q. Which group contains only good electrical conductors?
Remember that, Air is an insulator.
Which is the worst electrical conductor?
Carbon (graphite) is one of the good electrical conductors.
Q. A polythene rod is rubbed with a cloth. The rod becomes positively charged because of the movement of charged particles.
Which row gives the name of these charged particles, and the direction in which they move?
Q. A plastic rod and a dry cloth are uncharged.
The rod is now rubbed with the cloth and they both become charged.
The rod becomes negatively charged because some charged particles move from the cloth to the
What is the charge on the cloth and which particles moved in the charging process?
Q. A student rubs a plastic rod with a cloth.
The rod becomes positively charged.
What has happened to the rod?
Opposite charges always attract and like charges always repel.
Like charges always repel each other and opposite charges attract each other.
See the diagram 2 carefully and decide the one correct option.
Opposite charges always attract and like charges always repel. Look at the diagrams carefully and decide the charges on the spheres Q and R.
A positively-charged rod is held near to, but not touching, an uncharged metal sphere. The sphere is briefly now connected to earth.
The rod is removed. Which statement about the charge on the sphere is correct?
Only electrons move through the earth.
Electric field lines direction is always out of a positive charge and into a negative charge.
Remember: The electric field lines direction is always from positive to the negative.
Remember that Opposite charges always attract.