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You are given two metal spheres mounted on portable insulating supports. Find a way to give them equal and opposite charges. You may use some wire and a glass rod rubbed with silk but may not touch the rod to the spheres. Do the spheres have to be of equal size for your method to work? In Question 1, find a way to give the spheres equal charges of the same sign. Again, do the spheres need to be of equal size for your method to work?

  1. You are given two metal spheres mounted on portable insulating supports. Find a way to give them equal and opposite charges. You may use some wire and a glass rod rubbed with silk but may not touch the rod to the spheres. Do the spheres have to be of equal size for your method to work?
  2. In Question 1, find a way to give the spheres equal charges of the same sign. Again, do the spheres need to be of equal size for your method to work?

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abdul aziz
15 Points
3 years ago
You are given two metal spheres mounted on portable insulating supports. Find a way to give them equal and opposite charges. You may use some wire and a glass rod rubbed with silk but may not touch the rod to the spheres. Do the spheres have to be of equal size for your method to work?
Muhammmad Hamza Faryad
14 Points
11 months ago
By Electrostatic induction, we can produce equal and opposite charges on conducting metal spheres mounted on insulating supports, with the help of Charged Rod.

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