WHY COLOMB LAW IS NOT FOR LARGE DISTANCE CHARE

Asked by  | 15th Jun, 2008, 08:50: AM

Expert Answer:

coulomb's law is true for point charges separated by from very large distances to very small distances such as atomic distances and nuclear distances, the force of attraction or repulsion is inversly proportional to square of distance the more is the distance the less is the force acting between the charged particles, hence if the distance bw the particles is increases to large extent the force acting bw them will be reduced.

Answered by  | 15th Jun, 2008, 03:35: PM

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