A The Standard Model's application to competing Covalent Bond theories?

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The different categories which the forces of nature fall under. Perhaps "non-Lorentz electromagnetic force"?
You’ll need to be more specific. What categories do the forces of nature fall under?
 
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You’ll need to be more specific. What categories do the forces of nature fall under?
For example, the four known forces would be the four main categories. Maybe with other sub-categories.

What do you think of the term "non-Lorentz electromagnetic force"?
Or maybe there are other better, more specific terms

Some of the nuclear forces hardly manifest on a macroscopic level even, in terms of being able to push or pull a macroscopic object, unlike the macroscopic mechanical forces of materials, which form the vast majority of our everyday experience with forces.
 
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What do you think of the term "non-Lorentz electromagnetic force"?
There is no such thing. The Lorentz force law is the force law for electromagnetic force at the classical level.

The questions you are asking do not seem consistent with an "A" level (i.e., graduate level) understanding of the subject matter being discussed.

Your original question has been answered, so I am closing this thread.
 

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