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We know that positive charges dont move then There should be no activity on keeping 2 positive charges together ? polarisation/induction should not take place

We know that positive charges dont move then
  1. There should be no activity on keeping 2 positive charges together ?
  2. polarisation/induction should not take place 

Grade:12

1 Answers

Ashish Ranjan
43 Points
5 years ago
It all depends on the magnitude of the 2 charges , i.e, if one of the 2 charges is less positive than the other , then the first particle having less +ve chare will have more no. of electrons as compared to the second particle,,therefore in this case there is induction between the particle having less +ve charge (more electrons) and the 2nd particle having more +ve charge (less electrons).
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