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Two Particles With Positive Charges Q1 And Q2 Are Separated By A Distance S.

Two particles with positive charges Q1 and Q2 are separated by a distance S. This distance is called the neutral field length. The force between these two particles is balanced by the charge on one particle and the potential energy of the other particle.

The charged particle has a much higher potential energy than the uncharged one so when it hits, it gets thrust out in an arc. The uncharged particle has a lower potential energy than the charged one so when it meets, it takes less effort to be moved.

This is what creates the space or vacuum between particles. When you look at this from afar, you see small spaces or arcs where two objects meet.

Calculate the magnetic force

When two pieces of iron-nickel have a positive charge, they stick together. This is possible because of their charge. When there is a negative charge on one piece of iron-nickel, it will recognize this and accept the positive charge from the second piece.

When two pieces of iron-nickel have no charge, they will not stick to each other. This is what we call a neutralized particle. The two particles must be separated by a distance in order for the magnetic force to compensate and pull them apart.

The calculation for the magnetic force between two particles is easy: just multiply their difficulty (in terms of finding a spot where they can touch) by your required separation distance.

Combine the electric and magnetic forces

This is a difficult task to do by yourself. You will need a professional to help you. There are several ways to do this.

You can use an electric charge of about −10 and the magnetic charge of about +10. You must mix the charges properly to achieve this.

You can use an electric charge of about −10 and the magnetic charge of about +10. You must mix the charges properly to achieve this.

You can use an electric charge of about −20 and the magnetic charge of about +20. You must mix the charges properly to achieve this.

You can use an electric charge of about −30 and the magnetic charge of about +30. You must mix the charges properly to achieve this.

Predict how the particles will move

When you build a child’s rocket, you can do some serious experimenting. You can put a small rock in the center of a paper plate and tell him to pull the plate away!

The point is to try different forces on your particles to see how they move. The more force you apply, the more quickly your particles will move.

Same with your rockets. More powerful forces produce more sturdy rockets.

When building rockets, you need to be very careful about how much force you are putting out. Putting out too much force could cause them to break or not function properly.

Try another problem!

This time, you try to create a particle that sticks to a barrier and then charges through it. Your new problem is called Particle Through Barrier V.

In this problem, you are trying to charge a small particle through a small barrier. The barrier could be an invisible force field, or it could be a gap in the atmosphere that is exposed to cold air.

The solution to this problem is very simple: you must use faster liquid nitrogen! You may have heard of this substance before: it is used in cryogenics and rocketry.

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