# If I had 2 charged bodies attracted to each other when i move one , will the other move too? [closed]

Does the force of attraction between them have to be higher than a certain number to be able to move with each other? How will the weight of the objects influence the process? Will they be moving with same speed and acceleration?

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This is very, very hard to answer as-is. Are the two bodies in some sort of bound state? What type of force is holding them together? How are they initially moving? – Jerry Schirmer Sep 24 '12 at 21:52
They'll only move together if the force applied is less than that required to break the bond between the bodies. If you're using bolts, the force will need to be a lot stronger than if you're using gravity as the attraction (unless the bodies are really big). – hdhondt Sep 24 '12 at 23:54
Can you make your question a bit clearer. The other charged object moves in response to the forces acting on it, and if you move the first object these forces will change so the other object will move. To find out how it moves you need to write down an equation for the forces acting on it. – John Rennie Sep 25 '12 at 6:25

## closed as not a real question by Qmechanic♦, Manishearth♦, Emilio Pisanty, Ϛѓăʑɏ βµԂԃϔDec 19 '12 at 9:51

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