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True or false: Gravitational and electromagnetic forces are both too weak to be able to overcome the electrostatic force of proton – proton repulsion in the nuclei of atoms.
Gravitational and electromagnetic forces are both too weak to be able to overcome the electrostatic force of proton – proton repulsion in the nuclei of atoms. FALSE.
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Gravitational and electromagnetic forces are both too weak to be able to overcome the electrostatic force of proton – proton repulsion in the nuclei of atoms. FALSE.
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