Charges repel and unlike charges apract one another

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Unformatted text preview: ases Conserva2on of Angular Momentum, Example, cont •  Coming out of the spin, arms and legs are extended and rota2on is slowed –  L is conserved, I increases, ω decreases Electric Forces and Electric Fields Proper2es of Electric Charges •  Two types of charges exist –  They are called posi2ve and nega2ve •  Like charges repel and unlike charges aPract one another. •  Nature’s basic carrier of posi2ve charge is the proton. –  Protons do not move from one material to another because they are held firmly in the nucleus. •  Nature’s basic carrier of nega2ve charge...
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