How many process are for charging any object and explain it

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The process of supplying the electric charge (electrons) to an object or losing the electric charge (electrons) from an object is called charging. An uncharged object can be charged in different ways: Charging by friction, Charging by conduction, Charging by induction.
1. When an object is rubbed over another object, the electrons get transferred from one object to another. This transfer of electrons takes place due to friction between the two objects. The object that transfers electrons loses negative charge (electrons) and the object that accepts electrons gains negative charge (electrons).
2. The process of charging the uncharged object by bringing it in contact with another charged object is called charging by conduction.
3. A charged object has unequal number of negative (electrons) and positive charges (protons). Hence, when a charged object is brought in contact with the uncharged conductor, the electrons get transferred from charged object to the conductor.
The process of charging the uncharged object by bringing another charged object near to it, but not touching it, is called charging by induction.

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