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The nucleus of an atom stays together only because the repulsive forces, called forces, are overcome by even stronger attractive forces. nuclear fusion electrostatic
The nucleus of an atom stays together only because the repulsive forces, called electrostatic forces, are overcome by even stronger attractive forces.
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The nucleus of an atom stays together only because the repulsive forces, called electrostatic forces, are overcome by even stronger attractive forces.
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