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fects in detail. Po 121,
b. Gravitational force
d. Electrostatic force​

Answers

Answered by devip649
1

Answer:

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given,

charge on the electron=1.6×10

−19

C

mass of the electron=9.1×10

−31

kg

gravitational constant=6.67×10

−11

Nm

2

kg

−2

i)to find the electrostatic force b/w 2 electron.

let 2 electrons are at a distance 'd' apart

the electrostatic force is F

e

=

4πε

o

1

d

2

q

2

=

d

2

9×10

9

×(1.6×10

−19

)

2

=

d

2

23.04×10

−29

N

ii) To find the gravitational force,

F

g

=

d

2

Gm

2

=

d

2

6.67×10

−11

×(9.1×10

−31

)

2

=

d

2

553.56×10

−73

N

iii) to show that electrostatic force is much grater then gravitational force.

for this we take ratio

F

g

F

e

=

553.56×10

−73

23.04×10

−29

=0.0416×10

44

=0.416×10

43

we can see tham f

e

>>f

g

ie. electrostatice force is much grater than the gravitational force for 2 electrons separated by a certain distance▄▀▄▀

Answered by parthpandey2205
0

Answer:

charge on the electron=1.6×10

−19

C

mass of the electron=9.1×10

−31

kg

gravitational constant=6.67×10

−11

Nm

2

kg

−2

i)to find the electrostatic force b/w 2 electron.

let 2 electrons are at a distance 'd' apart

the electrostatic force is F

e

=

4πε

o

1

d

2

q

2

=

d

2

9×10

9

×(1.6×10

−19

)

2

=

d

2

23.04×10

−29

N

ii) To find the gravitational force,

F

g

=

d

2

Gm

2

=

d

2

6.67×10

−11

×(9.1×10

−31

)

2

=

d

2

553.56×10

−73

N

iii) to show that electrostatic force is much grater then gravitational force.

for this we take ratio

F

g

F

e

=

553.56×10

−73

23.04×10

−29

=0.0416×10

44

=0.416×10

43

we can see tham f

e

>>f

g

ie. electrostatice force is much grater than the gravitational force for 2 electrons separated by a certain distance▄▀▄▀

Explanation:

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