SECTION 12.2 (Overview of MolecularProperties)the earth), what weforce of the sun onwould it produce?sponding gravitatimates. The mass ofthat of the sun is 212.1 (a) If all the electrons in 1 gram of hydrogen could bedetached from all the protons and separated fromthem by 1 cm, what would be the total electrostaticforce between the electrons and protons? (b) Whatwould be the electrons' acceleration in g's (assumingthat they are somehow held together as a single body)?to sun is 1.5 x 1012.3 If an ionic molerly one electron fhave a dipole mo12.2 If all the electrons in the earth could be removedand attached to the sun (leaving all the protons on

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How do I solve for Problem 12.1? This problem is in a chapter called "Molecules," and it is part of a portion called Systems with two or more Atoms. 

SECTION 12.2 (Overview of Molecular
Properties)
the earth), what we
force of the sun on
would it produce?
sponding gravitati
mates. The mass of
that of the sun is 2
12.1 (a) If all the electrons in 1 gram of hydrogen could be
detached from all the protons and separated from
them by 1 cm, what would be the total electrostatic
force between the electrons and protons? (b) What
would be the electrons' acceleration in g's (assuming
that they are somehow held together as a single body)?
to sun is 1.5 x 10
12.3 If an ionic moler
ly one electron f
have a dipole mo
12.2 If all the electrons in the earth could be removed
and attached to the sun (leaving all the protons on
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SECTION 12.2 (Overview of Molecular Properties) the earth), what we force of the sun on would it produce? sponding gravitati mates. The mass of that of the sun is 2 12.1 (a) If all the electrons in 1 gram of hydrogen could be detached from all the protons and separated from them by 1 cm, what would be the total electrostatic force between the electrons and protons? (b) What would be the electrons' acceleration in g's (assuming that they are somehow held together as a single body)? to sun is 1.5 x 10 12.3 If an ionic moler ly one electron f have a dipole mo 12.2 If all the electrons in the earth could be removed and attached to the sun (leaving all the protons on

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