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The equation, F = KeQ1Q2/r2 as everyone knows,
The equation, F = KeQ1Q2/r2 as everyone knows, is used to determine the force between two charged particles at some distance r. Suppose Q2 was racing around inside a donut shaped tube, would that change the force on Q1?
It's running around the donut tube at 0.5 C.
My apology, your right I meant Q2. Q1 is stationary.
With Q2 running around in a circle it has a time varying field. Wouldn't this produce a new force on Q1?