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two spheres of equal mass A and B are given +q and -q charge respectively then A) mass of A increases B) mass of B increasesC) mass of A remains constantD) mass of B decreases

two spheres of equal mass A and B are given +q and -q charge respectively then A) mass of A increases B) mass of B increasesC) mass of A remains constantD) mass of B decreases

Grade:12

2 Answers

Eshan
askIITians Faculty 2095 Points
3 years ago
Dear student,

Positive charge on an extended(large) body is just deficiency of electrons in it, whereas negative charges is the presence of excess electrons on it.
Hence when identical bodies are given positive and negative charges, the postively charged body is lighter(by the weight of electrons removed) and the negatively charged body is heavier( by the weight of electrons added).
Gitanjali Rout
184 Points
3 years ago
Positive charge on an extended(large) body is just deficiency of electrons in it, whereas negative charges is the presence of excess electrons on it.Hence when identical bodies are given positive and negative charges, the postively charged body is lighter(by the weight of electrons removed) and the negatively charged body is heavier( by the weight of electrons added)

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