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You learned about Newton’s third law in PHY 211. How is Newton’s third law applicable to the electrostatic force? What happens to the force if one of the objects is neutral?

Answer #1

Electrostatic force make action reaction pair.

So if q1 exerts force on q2 by coulomb's law then q2 also exerts force on q1 by newton's third law.

Also if One of particle is neutral then there will not be any force between charged particle.

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