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Define the principle

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The total electric charge in an isolated system is conserved. Electric charge can neither be created nor destroyed.
If a metal conductor kept on an isolated stand has a charge of 12 units, and it is brought into contact with an identical uncharged insulated metal conductor and then removed, the charge on each metal conductor will be 6 units, so that the total charge is 6 + 6 = 12 units, which remains constant or conserved.

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