1. When a duster becomes negatively charged upon rubbing with a polythene rod, what happens?
- The duster keeps its electrons
- The electrons from the polyethene rod are transferred to the duster
- The electrons from the duster are transferred to the polythene rod
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2. The movement of electrons makes what?
- A balanced atom
- An electrostatic charge
- An unbalanced atom
3. If an object is positively charged it must have what?
- Enough electrons
- A lack of electrons
- Too many electrons
4. An atom consists of what?
- A positively charged nucleus surrounded by an equal number of positively charged electrons
- A small positively charged nucleus surrounded by an equal number of negatively charged electrons
- A small negatively charged nucleus surrounded by an equal umber of negatively charged electrons
5. Atoms or molecules that have become charged are called what?