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Electricity - Basic Navy Training Courses: Static Electricity
NAVPERS 10622 - Chapter 2 Quiz

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Chapter 2 Quiz

Static Electricity

 

 

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

STATIC ELECTRICITY

1) They repel each other.

2) They attract each other.

3) Positive.

4) Because of their weight. Electrons are nearly 2,000 times lighter than protons.

5) Potential or potential difference.

6) Stationary.

7) Moving.

8) A condenser stores an electrical charge.

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