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Gravitational force of one nucleon

  1. Feb 7, 2010 #1
    It is supposed that the smallest posible black hole has mass of Planck's mass.

    But obviously one nucleon (or an electron) also acts with gravitational force.

    If we assume that the smallest possible black hole has really Planck's mass, is here any contradiction that nucleon acts with gravitational force?
     
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  3. Feb 7, 2010 #2

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    No, because a nucleon isn't a black hole.
     
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