discharged body

"An electrically charged body is still a charged body until the last vestige of motion leaves it. Your car battery may be discharged to the last mile, but as long as it can produce motion it is positively charged. You might properly say that it is approaching a negative, or voided condition, but one cannot properly say that a discharging body is negatively "charged" under any condition. To use such terms as negative electricity or negative charge, is equivalent to using such terms as silent sound or dead life. The word negative means to negate - to void - to empty or become minus. To charge means to be added to. It is not logical or proper to use a term such as negative charge, which literally means added to by subtracting." [Atomic Suicide, page 149]

See Also

cathode zero
charged body
zero cathode
zero in the cathode
zero rest

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