The answer to your question is below.
Atoms are composed by three different subparticles
- protons are small particles positive charged located in the nucleus.
- neutrons are small particles without a charged located in the nucleus.
- electrons are the smallest subparticles and are negatively charged.
In a neutral atom, the amount of positive charges (protons) is equal to the amount of negative charges (electrons) so it does not have any charge.
If a neutral atom gains one or more electrons it would be negative.
The correct answer is Gain of electron.
A neutral atom is the one, which does not carry any charge. This means that the number of electrons ( negative electric charge) and protons ( positive electric charge) are equal in this atom. When it gains an electron ( a subatomic particle with negative electric charge), it becomes negatively charged because the number of negative charge becomes more.
Thus, a neutral atom can be negatively charged by gaining an electron.
3.) C (according to another answer) or D (According to me) the choice is up to u.
Those are ur answers (idk 4 sure but I rly think they r correct)...Lemme know
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D: receiving an electronic from another atom
if a netyral atom gains electrons, then it will become negatively charged
negative atom hope this is correct
Receiving an electron from another atom.
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The terms are first defined as,
Resistance- "The property of a medium to resist the flow of charges through it". Its unit is ohm,Ω and symbol is R.
Voltage- " The difference of potential between any two connected points is called as voltage". Its unit is Volt,V.
Current-"The directed flow of charges per unit area is called as current,I."And its unit is ampere,A.
Conductors -" The materials which readily allows the current to flow or pass through them".
Semiconductors- " The material which has the property of both conductors and insulators."
Insulators- "Those materials which resists the flow of current through it".
Ions- "They are the atoms which has a net charge, either by adding or removing any number of electron from its shell."
Ans 1- option B - As resistance the capacity of any material to which it can allow or conduct the electric charge through itself, and the the unit of resistance is Ohms,Ω.
Ans 2- option A: Now the wire selection is done on the base of there capacity of allowing and accepting the directed flow of electrons through them.
Ans 3- option D: When an atom receives an extra electron it becomes more negatively charged particle.
Ans 4- option B: As for an ion the total number of electrons and protons can not be equal for such reason it only has a net electrical charge on it.
Ans 5- option D: semiconductors are mainly those elements which exhibits both the conducting as well as the insulating properties.
Ans 6- option B: A good conductor must allow the directed flow of electrons through itself and should have less resistance to the flow of charges.
Ans 7- option B: An insulator always inhibit or resists the flow of electron through itself.