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there are two identical sphere of metal.one of them has 3e electric charge.and second sphere is nutral.If we do physical connect together.so after that physical connection according to rule electric charge divided. so, each sphere get 3e/2 electric charge.but it break the rule of quantisation of electric charge!so what happen in this metter. plz reply

there are two identical sphere of metal.one of them has 3e electric charge.and second sphere is nutral.If we do physical connect together.so after that physical connection according to rule electric charge divided. so, each sphere get 3e/2 electric charge.but it break the rule of quantisation of electric charge!so what happen in this metter. plz reply 

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Askiitians Expert Himanshu Geed - IIT Delhi
31 Points
11 years ago

                                            
Dear Kajal,

The entire logic behind the question doesn't hold true practically. Any metal sphere cannot hold charge as low as 3e. It's not possible to test the rule of quantisation by this experimental set up.

Although, we can have an atom containing 3e charge. And when this atom will come in close periphery of another atom, there's a good possibility of forming an ionic bond by the transfer of these electrons or a covalent bond by sharing the same.

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