Why protons attract inside a nucleus?

What is the reason for proton- proton attraction inside the nucleus according to nuclear physics? (Sanjeev Asked) Answer: Inside the nucleus where the nucleons are very close to each other, the force which holds them together is the nuclear force, which is the strongest force in nature. The electrostatic force between protons is negligibly small … Continue reading Why protons attract inside a nucleus?

Electrostatics (I) Question Bank

Electrostatics I (Based on Frictional electricity, , Conservation of charge, Quantization of charge, Coulomb’s law and principle of superposition) Very Short Answer type Questions (1 mark) What is frictional electricity? What is the cause of frictional electricity? What is electrostatics? Write two devices based on electrostatics. Why static electricity is called so? How did electricity [...]

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