# Linked Questions

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### Is there an equation for the strong nuclear force?

The equation describing the force due to gravity is $$F = G \frac{m_1 m_2}{r^2}.$$ Similarly the force due to the electrostatic force is $$F = k \frac{q_1 q_2}{r^2}.$$ Is there a similar equation ...
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### What laws (formulas) govern forces between atoms?

What laws (formulas) govern the fundamental forces of nature? For example, gravity is governed by the inverse-square law. I am thinking about how particles attract each other, but also repel. All ...
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### Does the weak force have an attractive/repulsive force observable in everyday life like the other forces?

After the correct comments, this question is not here to compare gravity's and EM's long range forces' energetics and amplitudes to microscopic scattering amplitudes of such forces as weak and strong. ...
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### Has the weak force ever been measured as a force?

Gravitational and electrostatic forces are everyday phenomenon, and continue to be tested by sophisticated experiments at various distances. Rutherford measured the electrostatic repulsion of alpha ...
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### Weak force: attractive or repulsive?

We are always told that there are the four fundamental forces or interactions of nature: gravitation, electromagnetism, and the weak and strong forces. We know that gravitation is attractive, that ...
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### Are fundamental forces conservative?

I wonder whether fundamental forces are conservative. First of all, I'm not sure if we can talk about conservative forces, since to study electromagnetism, weak and strong interactions we need QFT. ...
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### Is there a radiation equivalent in the strong and weak forces?

I know that light is electromagnetic radiation (sourced by accelerating charge) and gravitational waves are gravitational radiation (sourced by accelerating mass). Is there equivalent radiation for ...
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### Does the Strong Nuclear Force follow Superposition?

I have just started the study of nuclear physics in my high school, and while reading about nuclear forces and binding energy per nucleon, I found out that the nuclear forces are highly short ranged ...
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### Is there an equation for the weak force?

I have read this question: Is there an equation for the strong nuclear force? Weak force: attractive or repulsive? And yes, I have read the comment, where is says that the weak and the strong ...
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### Universal Law of Strong/Weak Force? [duplicate]

Okay, first things first, I'm very basic when it comes to the field of physics, but I'm very good at coding, and I was wondering if I could simulate an atom. I know that in order to make such a ...
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### What are the equations for the weak and strong forces?

What are the equations for the strong and weak force, like how for the Electrostatics the equation is $F_c= k*Q*q/(r*r)$. I understand to an extend what the strong and weak forces are. However, I ...
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### What kind of waves can be/are produced by accelerating strong /weak forces [duplicate]

Accelerating masses are now confirmed to produce gravitational waves. Also it is known that accelerating charges (electrical) produce EM waves. But what kind of waves are produced when particles ...
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### standard model classical limit [duplicate]

"The Standard Model of particle physics is a theory concerning the electromagnetic, weak, and strong nuclear interactions, as well as classifying all the subatomic particles known". Since it includes ...