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An isolated metallic conductor is positively charged.then its mass is?

an isolated metallic conductor is positively charge.Then its mass is?
Question asked by: nuntluanga

Asked on: 19 Mar 2011

How can you tell the mass of an object by what charge it carries?

I'm not aware of any way to do this, I assume that you must be missing out some important information with the question!

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Replied at: 20 Mar 2011
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