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mystry4

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Thank you.

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codyg1985

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mystry4

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(-2)(-2) / 3cm ??

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teclo

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doubling the charges of each one -- look at the equation.

F = (1/4*pi*epsilon-zero)*(q1)(q2)/d^2

say each charge is e (charge of an electron), and you double each one (2e), the magnitude of the force will increase by a factor of 4 (2*2).

dealing with atoms is a bit tricky, but to simplify it enough to say that there is a uniform sphereical charge distribution at the location of each ion would work. two negative ions placed near eachother in a closed system would accelerate away from eachother on the line that they create.

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