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two point charges of charge q1 and q2 and each of mass m are placed such that gravitation attraction between them balances the electrostatic repulsion . are they in stable equilibrium ? if not then what is the nature of equilibrium

two point charges of charge q1 and q2 and each of mass m  are placed such that gravitation attraction between them balances the electrostatic repulsion . are they in stable equilibrium ? if not then what is the nature of equilibrium

Grade:12

1 Answers

Khimraj
3007 Points
3 years ago
No it is not a stable equilibrium.
It is a neutral equilibrium.
As initial contional is
Gmm/r2 = kq1q2/r2
So Gmm = kq1q2
If we increase or decrease distance between them.
there will be no effect on their equilibrium condition.

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