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# There are very large numbers of charged particles in most

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## Solution for problem 1CQ Chapter 18

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Problem 1CQ

There are very large numbers of charged particles in most objects. Why, then, don’t most objects exhibit static electricity?

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Solution 1CQ

Most objects contain an equal number of electrons and protons.

Hence they are electrically neutral and do not exhibit static electricity.

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