How does an electrically ?polarized? object differ from an electrically ?charged? object?
Solution 22RQ Step 1 of 3: An electrically charged object is made of atoms that do not contain equal number of electrons and protons, giving them net charge as positive charge if it has excess protons or negative charge if it has more electrons. Sometimes the electrically charged objects are referred as ions. Whilst an electrically polarized object is made up of atoms that have a neutral charge (equal number of electrons and protons ), but the electrons and protons have changed their orientation.