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is there any gravitational force existent between charged objects?

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    Since all charged particles that I know also have mass, the answer is yes. However, the gravity force is much less than the Coulomb force for fundamental particles, and is usually ignored. The ratio of gravity to electrical force is about 10^-39 in an atom

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