A protein molecule in an electrophoresis gel has a negative charge. The exact charge depends on the pH of the solution, but 30 excess electrons is typical.  What is the magnitude of the electric force on a protein with this charge in a 1600 N/C electric field?Express your answer in newtons

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A protein molecule in an electrophoresis gel has a negative charge. The exact charge depends on the pH of the solution, but 30 excess electrons is typical.
 
 
What is the magnitude of the electric force on a protein with this charge in a 1600 N/C electric field?
Express your answer in newtons
 
 
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