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23 February, 17:48

All matter has electrical and magnetic properties because the atoms that make up matter are held together by electromagnetic forces. What do we call this fundamental property?

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  1. 23 February, 18:36
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    Charge

    Explanation:

    Charge is a fundamental property of all matter. All matter has electrical and magnetic properties because the atoms that make up matter are held together by electromagnetic forces.

    These charges are usually positive and negative charges. When these charges which make up an atom (positive and negative) are equal, the atom is said to be electrically neutral. When positive charge is greater than negative charge, the atom is said to positively charged. Also, if the number of negative charges are more in an atom, the atom is said to be negatively charged.
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