What is normally the net charge of a polarized object?

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Mar 26, 2018

Answer:

Why ZERO....

Explanation:

Polarization refers to charge separation. Water is an exceptionally polar molecule, and we may represent it as #""^(+delta)H-stackrel(-delta)O-H^(+delta)#, NEVERTHELESS its NET CHARGE is NADA.... Capisce? The zero electric charge is necessary to account for the polarization of the molecule....