Reading Questions 13.1 Name
Electric Charge and Force pp.430-436
- List the objectives of this section.
- What is an electric charge?
- What does rubbing a balloon on your hair tell you
- What does rubbing two balloons on your hair tell you
- What are the two types of charge?
- When does an object have no net charge?
- What are the charges on the building blocks of atoms?
- When does an object have a charge?
- What unit is the unit for charge?
- What is the charge on an electron?
- What is a conductor?
- What materials make good conductors?
- What is an insulator?
- What materials make good insulators?
- What parts of atoms can be transferred?
- What happens when you charge by friction?
- How do you charge by contact?
- What happens to the doorknob when you move a charged
rubber rod near it?
- What is an induced charge?
- Why can a charged comb pick up pieces of paper?
- What is electric force?
- How does increasing the charge affect the electric
- How does increasing the distance affect the electric
- What is an electric field?
- Which way do the arrows point in the diagram of an
- How do you show a larger charge?