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

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

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Sher Mohammad IIT Delhi
askIITians Faculty 174 Points
7 years ago
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.
sher mohammad
faculty askiitians
b.tech iit delhi

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