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Asked by arvind95 | 11th Sep, 2012, 06:37: AM

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How can  an electron be broken into fractions?
Charges appear on any object because of either by giving or gaining electrons....if one substance gains one electron then its charge becomes negative and value e. If any substance gains 2 electrons then its charge becomes negative 2 e......how can one substance exchange fractions of electrons?? so as they can not so their charges also can not be in fraction of e.

Answered by  | 11th Sep, 2012, 04:21: PM

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