K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 2004PP1QN08
Figure 6 (a) shows three spherical balls of the same size placed on insulating stands. Balls A and B are conductors while ball C is non conductor. Ball A was initially charged as shown. The quantity of charge is represented by the number of dashes.
Ball A is made to touch B momentarily and then C. Show on Figure 6(b), the final distribution of charge on the balls.
K.C.S.E Physics Q & A - MODEL 1999PP1QN09
Figure 7 shows a sharp pin fixed on a cap of leaf electroscope. The electroscope is highly charged and then left for sometime.
Explain why the leaf collapses
You are provided with a charged electroscope, an insulator and a conductor. Describe how you would use these apparatus to distinguish in the insulator from the conductor (2 mks)
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