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In the hydrogen atom, the distance between the electron and the proton is 5x10^-11m.
a)Compute the magnitude of the gravitational force FG between the electron and the proton
b)Compute the magnitude of the electrical force FE between the electron and the proton
c)How many times larger in magnitude is FE than FG?

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  2. F(gravitation)=G(M1M2)÷r^2
    G(gravitational constant)=6.61×10^-11

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