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    how does an electrically polarized object differ from an electrically charged object?

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    Electrically polarised objects have had their chrages seperated, so one side will be positive, and the other side will be negative. This usually happens when an insulated object is brought close to (but doesn't touch) a charged object. Electrically charged objects will have lost or gained charge, so the whole thing will either be positive or negative.


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