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Joseph Priestley:1. In 1767 _______ of England conjectured that the force between charges varied as the inverse square of the distance.
electric potential:2. If one wants to determine E as a function of position A scalar function called the _________.
Atomic Forces:3. Coulomb's law holds even within the atoms, correctly describing the force between the positively charged nucleus and each of the negatively electrons.
line integral:4. Electrical potential also called voltage C the units for which are the volt is defined by the _________.
Weber Electrodynamics:5. Other theorist like________ predict other velocity-dependent corrections to coulomb's law.

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5. Other theorist like________ predict other velocity-dependent corrections to coulomb's law.

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1. In 1767 _______ of England conjectured that the force between charges varied as the inverse square of the distance.

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3. Coulomb's law holds even within the atoms, correctly describing the force between the positively charged nucleus and each of the negatively electrons.

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4. Electrical potential also called voltage C the units for which are the volt is defined by the _________.

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2. If one wants to determine E as a function of position A scalar function called the _________.

5. Other theorist like________ predict other velocity-dependent corrections to coulomb's law.

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1. In 1767 _______ of England conjectured that the force between charges varied as the inverse square of the distance.

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3. Coulomb's law holds even within the atoms, correctly describing the force between the positively charged nucleus and each of the negatively electrons.

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4. Electrical potential also called voltage C the units for which are the volt is defined by the _________.

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2. If one wants to determine E as a function of position A scalar function called the _________.