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An electron(charge=-e) circulates around a helium nucleus(charge=+2e) in a helium atom. Which paricle exerts the larger force on the other?

An electron(charge=-e) circulates around a helium nucleus(charge=+2e) in a helium atom. Which paricle exerts the larger force on the other?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Norman Manchu
151 Points
3 years ago
F1=Force on nucleus by electron=k(-e)(+2e)|r^2F2=vice versa=k(-2e)(+e)|r^ So basically both exert same magnitude of force though the direction differs and the nature of force is attractive in both the cases!

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