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Problem: a. Can an insulator be charged? If so, how would you charge an insulator? If not, why not?b. Can a conductor be charged? If so, how would you charge a conductor? If not, why not?

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In an insulator, there are no free electrons. 

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a. Can an insulator be charged? If so, how would you charge an insulator? If not, why not?

b. Can a conductor be charged? If so, how would you charge a conductor? If not, why not?

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