Coulomb's Law


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a fundamental principle of electrostatics

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It is well known that mass and electric charge are two fundamental properties (inertia and electricity) of matter, which directly determine the gravitational and electromagnetic interactions via Newton's law of gravity [1] and Coulomb's law of electric force [2].
It is formulated in terms of continuous charge distributions and can be utilized to derive Coulomb's law (3).
First, the actual Law of Attraction, called Coulomb's Law after the eighteenth-century physicist C.
One of those is Coulomb's Law, "The force between two charges is equal to the product of the two charges divided by the square of the distance between them.