If One Body Is Positively Charged And Another Body Is Negatively Charged, Free Electrons Tend To Do What?


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Electrons tend to move from a negatively charged body to positively charged body. This is because Electrons are negatively charged particles. A Negatively charged body will have electrons in abundance and upon contact with a positively charged body, the free flowing electrons will move to the positively charged body in order to make it positively charged too.

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