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What does the Law of Conservation of Charge state?
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Charges can be transferred from one object to another, the total charge will always be the same, new charges or any charge will not be added or be removed.

eg: When a moving car hits a parked car and causes the parked car to move, energy is transferred from the moving car to the parked car.
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The Law of Conservation of Charge states that the charge can't be created or destroyed be cause it forever exists but  it can be transferred from one object to another.

e.g. Kicking a stationary ball to move until it is stopped by the friction (Opposing energy).

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This law means that the electric charge can neither be created nor destroyed. In a closed system, the amount of charge remains the same. When something changes its charge it doesn't create charge but transfers it.
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The electric charge can either be created nor destroyed. In a closed system, the amount of charge remains the same. When something changes its charge it doesn't create charge but transfers it.
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