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J. Pearson

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2.protons and neutrons
4.allowing charges to move freely along a connection between a conductor and the gound
5.a material that has near infinite conductivity at low temperatures
8.positive charge
10.electricity at rest
11.an atom that has gained or lost electrons
13.like charges
15.for charged particles that are small compared to the distance between them, the force between the charges varies directly as the product of the charges and inversely as the square of the distance between them
20.negative charge
21.electrons are neither created nor destroyed
1.a material, usually a metal, through which electric charge can flow
3.an atom or molecule is induced to be slightly more postive or negative than the opposite side
6.a force one electric charge exerts on another
7.the property to which the mutual repulsion of electrons or protons is attributed
9.neutral atom
12.a material that can be made to act as a conductor or insulator
14.electric charge that has been redistributed on an object due to the presence of a nearby charged object
16.a material that is a poor conductor
17.charging an object without direct contact
18.SI unit of charge
19.opposite charges

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