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What happens when two items repel each other?

In contrast to the attractive force between two objects with opposite charges, two objects that are of like charge will repel each other. That is, a positively charged object will exert a repulsive force upon a second positively charged object. This repulsive force will push the two objects apart.

What is the name of the force between two electrically charged objects?

electrostatic force

Do electric charges repel each other?

Charge is a basic property of matter. Every constituent of matter has an electric charge with a value that can be positive, negative, or zero. Like charges repel each other; unlike charges attract. Thus, two negative charges repel one another, while a positive charge attracts a negative charge.

Can Ever the whole charge of a body be transferred to the other if yes how and if not why?

If yes, how and if not, why? Yes, the whole charge of a body P can be transferred to a conducting body Q, when P is enclosed by Q and is connected to it. This is because the charge always resides on the outer surface of the conductor.৭ ডিসেম্বর, ২০১৬

How can whole charge of a body be transferred to another isolated conductor?

The whole charge of a conductor can be transferred to another isolated conductor, if it is placed inside the hollow insulated conductor and connected with it.

Is it possible to transfer all the charge from a conductor to another insulated conductor?

No, it’s not possible to transfer the charge from a conductor to another which is insulated. whole charge cannot be transferred from one body to another.৯ মে, ২০১৩

Is there any conductor which can be given almost unlimited charge?

Earth can be given almost infinite charge since it has very large capacitance and can store large amount of charges.

Why does bodies get electrified when they are rubbed together for a while?

When two different materials are rubbed together, there is a transfer of electrons from one material to the other material. This causes one object to become positively charged (the electron loser) and the other object to become negatively charged (the electron gainer).