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Coulomb's Torsion balance explanation?

by christian0710
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christian0710
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May16-14, 11:16 AM
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Hi, I'd really like to understand How a torsion balance works and exactly how You can use math to derive the Coulombs law. Is thre a good - realtively easy to understand - video or do someone have some good notes explaining exactly how it works? I'd really appreicate it.
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May16-14, 11:29 AM
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A Google search for "coulomb torsion balance" led me to these instructions for an undergraduate laboratory apparatus for this experiment:

ftp://ftp.pasco.com/support/Document...012-03760E.pdf


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