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Coulomb’s law states that the electric force becomes weaker with increasing distance. Suppose that instead, the electric force between two charged particles were independent of distance.In this case, would a nuetral body still be attracted towards a charged body

Coulomb’s law states that the electric force becomes weaker with increasing distance. Suppose that instead, the electric force between two charged particles were independent of distance.In this case, would a nuetral body still be attracted towards a charged body

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krishna priya
51 Points
6 years ago
The charged body will induce an equal and opposite charge on the neutral body which leads to attraction between them.
Also ,since both the particles have some mass they will have gravitational force between them

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