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An electric field is generated by a charge imbalance and the field is expressed by
Coulomb’s Law. What is the value (and UNITS) of the proportionality constant in
Coulomb’s law?

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    8.99*10^9 newtons/[(coulomb)^2*(meter)^2]

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