|Apr28-12, 12:30 AM||#1|
If there were only one charge in the universe.
there was this question that i saw in a book and it also had an answer .
(this is not a homework question)
The Question was:
I want to know if my reasons are correct or not if not then why is the given answer correct or wrong and what should be the correct answer.
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|Apr28-12, 09:54 AM||#2|
If you plan to remove the option to have opposite charges from the whole theory, you might have to reformulate quantum electrodynamics. But that is not part of the question here, I think.
|charges, electric field, flux, gauss law|
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