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# The 5000 billion billion (5 × 1021) freely moving

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Problem 22E

The 5000 billion billion (5 × 1021) freely moving electrons in a penny repel one another. Why don’t they fly out of the penny?

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Answer : The penny has exactly 5 x 10 21freely moving electrons with the opposite charge of protons so they exactly cancel out the charge and net charge is zero.

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