What is a positive test charge?
Asked by acshanadhana15 | 7th Sep, 2020, 03:45: PM
A test charge is a charge with a magnitude so small that placing it at a point has a negligible affect on the field around the point. If an object has a positive charge, that means it has lost some electrons and now has more protons than electrons.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 8th Sep, 2020, 11:41: AM
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