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A copper atom consists of copper nucleus surrounded by 29 electrons. the atomic weight of copper is 63.5. Let us now take two pieces of copper each weighing 10g. Let us transfer one electron from one piece to another for every 1000 atoms in a piece. What will be the coulomb force between the two pieces after the transfer of electrons if they are 10 cm apart.

A copper atom consists of copper nucleus surrounded by 29 electrons. the atomic weight of copper is 63.5. Let us now take two pieces of copper each weighing 10g. Let us transfer one electron from one piece to another for every 1000 atoms in a piece. What will be the coulomb force between the two pieces after the transfer of electrons if they are 10 cm apart.

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Rituraj Tiwari
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2 years ago
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