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A negative charge can be thought of as a large concentration of negative charge clustered around a small area in the atom. As the distribution of electrons change, the charges will change as well. Some regions, by virtue of not having as high of electron density, will take on a partial positive charge.
Fluctuating electron distribution occurs because of the constant movement of electrons. The uneven electron distribution creates instantaneous dipoles, which are constantly changing due to constant movement of electrons.
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