Maharashtra State BoardSSC (English Medium) 6th Standard

Explain in Your Own Words and Give One Example. Electrostatic Force - General Science

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Explain in your own words and give one example.

Electrostatic force

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Solution

Electrostatic force is the force that exists either between the two charged bodies or between a charged and an uncharged body. For example, the charged scale attracts the pieces of paper by a non-contact force known as electrostatic force.

Concept: Types of Force: Contact Force
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Chapter 10: Force and Types of Force - Exercises [Page 75]

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Balbharati General Science 6th Standard Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 10 Force and Types of Force
Exercises | Q 4.4 | Page 75

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