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Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
ISBN: 9781938168000
Textbook Problem

The weak and strong nuclear forces are basic to the structure of matter. Why we do not experience them directly?

To determine

The nature of the nuclear forces whether the weak or strong nuclear forces and are they not experienced directly in the basic structure of matter.

Explanation

Concept Used:

Substructure of the nucleus.

  • The atoms consist of the sub-atomic particles, they are proton, neutron and electron. A small and dense region is present at the center of the atom which is known as the nucleus. In this nucleus contains the positively charged particles known as the protons whereas the neutral particles are known as neutrons and the combination of protons and neutrons is known as the nucleons.
  • The force between the charged particles of an atom is known as the Coulomb force. The nature of the force is repulsive when they act between, he similar charges and the force is opposite the force is attractive...

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