Until when does the charged particle transmit charge to others? A. Until the overall repulsive forces between electrons is minimized. B. Until the overall repulsive forces between electrons is maximized. C. Until the overall repulsive forces between electrons become neutral. D. None.
Hint:The charged particle is negative when it gains some electrons from another atom, the charged particle is positive, as it loses electrons from its own. Thus atoms may be positive or negative or neutral. Particles with no charge contained in the nucleus of the atom.
Complete answer: The charged particles transmit each other only when the repulsive forces between electrons is minimized. Charged particle with electric charge is a particle. A molecule or atom with an deflect or surplus electrons to protons. At the atomic level it consists of a nucleus around which the electrons turn.
Charged particle is also called an ion, an atom is positive or negative or neutral, this happens only in ionic bond forms. Atom consists of a nucleus; this nucleus is formed by either proton or neutron and thus it carries some positive charge.In the middle of every atom it has a nucleus and that nucleus contains two types of subatomic particles; those particles are protons and neutrons. Thus a proton has positive electrical charge, whereas neutrons have no electrical charge.
Thus the electron has, until the overall repulsive forces between electrons is minimized.
Note:The overall repulsive force between electrons is minimized, the charged particles continue to transmit the charges to the other particles. Hence the correct option is a. The charged particle contains protons and neutrons and it has positive, negative or neutron electrical charges.