A charged comb apracts bits of paper due to

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Unformatted text preview: earest the nega2vely charged rod has an excess of posi2ve charge because of the migra2on of electrons away from this loca2on. •  A grounded conduc2ng wire is connected to the sphere. –  Allows some of the electrons to move from the sphere to the ground Charging by Induc2on, 4 •  The wire to ground is removed, the sphere is le^ with an excess of induced posi2ve charge •  Ini2ally, the posi2ve charge on the sphere is nonuniformly distributed. Charging by Induc2on, Final •  Eventually, the excess posi2ve charge becomes evenly distributed due to the repulsion between the posi2ve charges....
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