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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Sorry if this is a bit stupid, but I have absolutely no grasp on chromodynamics or really any nucleic forces...

Is there a 'classical' way of expressing the strong force in an equation? By classical, I mean extremely simple, approximate way of describing it for two point particles. Like a classical approximation for General Relativity is Newtonian Gravity, F

Is there a 'classical' way of expressing the strong force in an equation? By classical, I mean extremely simple, approximate way of describing it for two point particles. Like a classical approximation for General Relativity is Newtonian Gravity, F

_{1}=F_{2}=Gm_{1}m_{2}/d^{2}, and a classical approximation for electrodynamics is F_{1}=F_{2}=Gq_{1}q_{2}/d^{2}. Is there any sort of way of describing the strong force like that or is it simply too complex to even begin? This doesn't have to be accurate or anything thing, it's just for my understanding, so feel free to cut corners and glide over details.