Can someone tell me the variables in coulomb's law?
The variables in coulomb's law are the charges of the charged bodies (q1 and q2), the distance between them R, and the permissibility Eo of the medium in which the system is.
I believe you mean permittivity, but this is only in specific measurement systems, like SI. In general, we just have an abstract constant k. The constant k serves as a means of converting the law for whatever system of measurement we use. For example, in MKS, k is 1/(4\pi \epsilon_0) where \epsilon_0 is the permittivity of free space (assuming vacuum background medium). In Gaussian CGS units, k is simply 1.
i think you are confused in permitivty of the mediun.Can someone tell me the variables in coulomb's law?