Two oppositely charged particles are held in place near each other. When the particles are released, they will most likely
A accelerate away from each other.
B accelerate toward each other.
C rotate in a clockwise direction.
D rotate in a counterclockwise direction.

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2016-02-23T12:08:09+08:00
The answer should be B. accelerate toward each other
If two particles having opposite charges are held near each other, they will form attraction.

Like charges repel
Opposite charges attract
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2016-02-23T12:15:51+08:00

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Answer:  B. accelerate toward each other

Two oppositely charged particles are held in place near each other. When these particles are released,it is expected that they will accelerate towards each other simply because in the law of physics, opposite poles attract naturally.
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