If the classical attraction between two coulomb charges was(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

constant x q1 x q2 / r ^3 or another constant x q1 x q2/ r^4 instead of

k x q1 x q2 / r ^2 (perhaps the constants could still be the

same-though I doubt it)

what would be the force relations on a quantum scale using coupling

constants?

Also what are the force relations if the r terms are on the top line

so force increases with distance?

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