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## Coulomb's law - Wikipedia

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Coulomb's law or Coulomb's inverse-square law, is a law of physics that describes force interacting between static electrically charged particles. In its scalar form ...

## Coulomb's Law - The Physics Classroom

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The quantitative expression for the effect of these three variables on electric force is known as Coulomb's law. Coulomb's law states that the electrical force ...

## Coulomb's Law | Charge and electric force (Coulomb's law) | Electric ...

And it wasn't until 1785, and there were many that came before Coulomb, but in 1785 Coulomb formally published what is known as Coulomb's law. And the ...

## Coulomb's Law - Physics4Kids

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Coulomb Basics. Coulomb's Law is one of the basic ideas of electricity in physics. The law looks at the forces created between two charged objects. As distance ...

## Electric forces - HyperPhysics

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Note that this satisfies Newton's third law because it implies that exactly the same magnitude of force acts on q2 . Coulomb's law is a vector equation and ...

## Coulomb's law - Richard Fitzpatrick

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An equal and opposite force acts on the first charge, in accordance with Newton's third law of motion. The SI unit of electric charge is the coulomb (C).