Explain how electrically neutral objects can become electrically charged even though charge cannot be created or destroyed.


Electrically neutral objects can become charged when they gain or lose electric charges. When an object is electrically neutral then the overall charge of the object is Zero. If a neutral object gains negative charges then it will become negatively charged, and if it looses the negative charges (electrons) then it becomes positively charged.

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