# Is there any formula for strong and weak nuclear force? [duplicate]

As we know, there is an equation for gravitational force

$$F = \frac{Gm_1m_2}{R^2}$$

While for electromagnetism, it is $$F = q(E + v × B)$$ So is there any true formula to find the weak and strong force?

$$V_{\text{Yukawa}} \left( r \right) = -\frac{g^2}{r} e^ {- \mu r}$$
Where $$r$$ is radial distance from the interacting particle, $$g$$ is a scaling constant and $$\mu = \alpha m$$ is the particle's Yukawa mass ($$\alpha$$ is another scaling constant).