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				   Although  electron(a  moving  object)  obeys  coloumb's  law neverthless  coloumb's  law  is  astatic  law.  plz   explain

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										The motion of electrons is random motion, and hence it assume net forces are zero inside the wire, so the columb law is valid with different principles.
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