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Physics Unit 5

One mass is attracted to another due to Gravitational force
One charge is attracted to another due to Electrical Force
Gravitational Force can result in Attraction
Electrical Force can result in Attraction and Repulsion
the greater the distance the ____ The electrical force. lower
The greater the distance the ____ the gravitational force Lower
Electrical and Gravitational forces have ____ Relationships Inverse-Square
An object may have ___ That protects it from electrical force but not gravitational sheilding
The gravitational force of two charged objects is ___ than the electrical force between them Much less
The Electrical force of two charged objects is ____ than the gravitational force between them. Much more
F=K(q1 q2 / r^2) Coulomb's law
Electric potential V= PE/q
Device that collect electric charges in electric fields are Capacitors
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