A hydrogen nucleus, which has a charge e, is situated to the left of a carbon nucleus, which has a charge 6e. Which statement is true?
The answer is the electrical force experienced by the hydrogen nucleus is to the left, and the magnitude is equal to the force exerted on the carbon nucleus.
But why is the electrical force experienced by the hydrogen nucleus to the left?? Explain please
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