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force of attraction between nucleus and an electron is given by??

force of attraction between nucleus and an electron is given by??

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Roshan Mohanty
64 Points
7 years ago

Suppose there are x protons and x electrons
then force of attraction is given by
F=K.(xq)^2/(r^2)
where r is the orbit radius 

lakshmi kalyani
32 Points
7 years ago

there is electrostatic force between protons in nucleus and electrons in orbitsSmile

hope you like it

pls approve

FITJEE
43 Points
7 years ago

No. There is electromagnetic energy, like light and radio, and even the gamma rays being emitted by the broken reactor in Japan.

But the attraction between oppositely charged objects is electrostatic.

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