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Unformatted text preview: ts with like charge repel each
other. The objects in the center lack any electric charge and exert no forces on each
other. The objects on the right carry opposite charges—one positive and one
negative—and attract each other. some positive and negative charges (Fig. 2-4). Moreover, when a stationary
(static) positive charge builds up in one place, a negative charge of equal size
appears somewhere else; charge is balanced.
Figure 2-5 shows how charged particles behave when they move through
the field of a magnet....
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