Electrostatic Interaction between Charged Particles

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In this exercise, the electrostatic force acting between two charged particles is computed. Finally a simple numeric example, is considered. This exercise is suitable, for all students who begin to study electricity.

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Electrostatic Interaction betweenCharged ParticlesDr. Michele L.January 31, 2015Problem:Two charged particles, q1 , q2 are located at a fixed distance d each other. Whatis the magnitude of the force F of their interaction?AnswerSince the two charged particles are interacting electrostatically, then, in orderto calculate the magnitude of the electrical force F , we can apply the Coulomblaw; namely:F =q1 q2,d2where we have used the CGS system in order to express the Coulomb law.More precisely, we can say that there is a certain number of photons which thetwo charged particles

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