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If the protons are both released from rest at the closer distance in part A, how fast are they moving when they reach their original separation?

I think the answer to the first one is 7.68×10−14 J

Thanks in advance.

Cuddlemuffins.

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If the protons are both released from rest at the closer distance in part A, how fast are they moving when they reach their original separation?

I think the answer to the first one is 7.68×10−14 J

Thanks in advance.

Cuddlemuffins.

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…I think the answer to the first one is 7.68×10−14 J

Thanks in advance.

Cuddlemuffins.

Hi Cuddlemuffins! Welcome to PF!

You need to show us your calcuations if you want us to check them!

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