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the electrostatic force of repulsion between two electrons at a distance 1 metre ​

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Answered by Anonymous
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☞q2/d2 the symbol f elect represents the electrostatic force of attraction between objects 1 and2. The symbol k is coulombs law constant . Q1 and Q2 represent the quantity of charge on object 1 and object 2, and d represents the separation distance

between the objects center

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Answered by singhkopal1
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Answer:

F=(k Q1 Q2)/r^2

 =(9*10⁹) * (1.6 * 10⁻¹⁶) * (1.6 * 10⁻¹⁶) / 1²

 =23.04* 10⁹⁻¹⁶⁻¹⁶

 =23.04* 10⁻²³ N

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