176Chapt. 22Electric Chargewherek= 8.98755179×109N m2/C2,G= 6.67428(67)×10−11in MKS units,qstands forcharge,mfor mass, 1 and 2 for particles 1 and 2, andris the distance between the particles.The mass of electrons is 9.1093826×10−31kg and their electric charge is 1.60217653×10−19C.Approximately, what is the ratio of the magnitude of gravitational force to the magnitude ofthe electrical force between two electrons (i.e.,FG/FC) for any distancer?a) 1.b) 10.c) 3×10−43.d) 3×1043.e) 10−19.022 qmult 00800 1 1 3 easy memory: polarization25. Charge separation in a object is called:a) rasterization.b) pasteurization.c) polarization.d) north polarization.e) miniaturization.022 qmult 00910 1 1 3 easy memory: two-ball induction charging 126. Two uncharged conducting balls A and B are mounted on insulating stands.The balls aretouching. A positively charged rod is brought from infinity to near B, but not near A. The ballsare then separated and the rod is put back at infinity. The charges on A and B are, respectively:
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