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Q: How strong is the repulsive force exerted on two point charges that each carry 1.0 E-6 C of negative charge and are 0.30 meters apart?

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The algebraic sum of the charges in a compound is zero. Each atom contributes either a negative or a positive charge to form the compound when they react with each other.

-4c charge can make the exerted force go on another object such as the 5c positive charge. because wen u multiply em' they make a similarity between them such as -4c+5c which equals to -c or -1c (same thing):)

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1.60 x 10 ^ -17

In bonded pairs of electrons the repulsion of the negative charges is somewhat reduce by the positive charge of the bonded atom's nucleus. Lone pairs do not have this.

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No electric charges may be positive or negative - electrons have a negative charge; ions have a positive charge.

The force between charges is repulsive between charges with the same sign, and attractive between charges with opposite signs. The cathode is charged negative, and the anode is charged positive. Electrons have a negative charge. So any electron in the neighborhood of a pair of charged electrodes will be repelled by the cathode and attracted to the anode.

You can easily find the charge by adding number of positive charges and number of negative charges. Just keep in mind the convention that a unit positive charge is +1 and a unit negative charge is -1.So the answer for your question is = 9 + (-11) = -2which means net charge is 2 negative charge.

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Around a positive charge we have a repulsive field and around negative charge we have an attractive field.

Electrons have negative charges.

Positive and negative charges would have not effect on an object without charge.

If an atom has 3 positive charges (protons) and 4 negative charges (electrons), the 3 positive charges would "cancel out" 3 negative charges, with one negative charge left over. So the atom would have a charge of -1.

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The charges of an atom are, protons are positive (+). Neutrons has a neutral charge or no charge(0) and electrons have a negative charge (-).

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