What is d pressure in empty space? in atm and solve using standard value?
1. compare d electrostatic replusive force btw 2 electrons with attractive force due to gravitation by finding d ratio of d magnitude of d force 2. three similar charges: +8.5uC are situated at d corners of and equilateral triangle of side 10cm calc d force on each charge in magnitude and direction.
- goringLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
There is no repulsion between electrons unless they come close to each other in a certain proximity.
The gravity pressure of space on a electron is equal to the mass of the electron times the speed of light squared divided by the volume of the electron mass.Source(s): The gravity pressure on atom components me own litttle brains
- knrLv 61 decade ago
empty space has no medium, so its pressure will be zero.
1. electric force Fe / gravitational force Fg = 10^42 (after using relevant values)
2. force on any one fo the charges F = square root of 3 x 9x10^9 q / a^2,
where q = 8.5x10^-6 C and a = side = 0.1 m
hence, F = 7.65 x 10^6 N. its direction will be normal to any one corner along the biscetor of the triangle.
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- Ivan ALv 61 decade ago
The absolute pressure of empty space is zero.