Static Electricity Formula

Static Electricity According To Coulomb’s Law

\(F=k(\frac{Q_{1}Q_{2}}{r^{2}})(\hat{r})\)

Where,

F = magnitude of electric force

\(k\,=\,Coulombs\,Constant\,=\,8.99\times 10^{9}\,=\,Nm^{2}/C^{2}\) \(\hat{r} = unit\,vector\,that\,points\,from\,Q_{2}\,to\,Q_{1}\)

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