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Conductors and Insulators

by Jared Rovny
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    The lecture Conductors and Insulators by Jared Rovny is from the course Electrostatics.


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    1. The metal ball becomes positively charged.
    2. The metal ball becomes negatively charged.
    3. The negatively charged object becomes positively charged.
    4. Protons flow out of the metal ball.
    5. No change occurs, since the negative charge does not touch the ball.
    1. The ball will be positively charged.
    2. The ball will be negatively charged.
    3. The ball will still be neutral.
    4. The ball will initially be neutral, but then become negatively charged.
    5. No charge can flow if the negative object does not touch the metal ball.
    1. The ball will still be neutral.
    2. The ball will be negatively charged.
    3. The ball will be positively charged.
    4. The ball will initially be neutral, but then become negatively charged.
    5. No charge can flow if the negative object does not touch the metal ball.

    Author of lecture Conductors and Insulators

     Jared Rovny

    Jared Rovny


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