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CHAPTER 2 QUIZ
1. How do like charges act on each other?
2. How do unlike charges act on each other?
3. When electrons are removed from an object, the object has a _____________ charge.
4. Why are electrons and not protons removed by friction?
5. The force which causes electrons to flow is called _____________.
6. Static electricity is _____________ electrons.
7. Current electricity is _____________ electrons.
8. What does a condenser do with its electrical charge?
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CHAPTER 2 ANSWERS
1. They repel each other.
2. They attract each other.
4. Because of their weight. Electrons are nearly 2,000 times lighter than protons.
5. Potential or potential difference.
8. A condenser stores an electrical charge.