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2017 | 87 | 163-174
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Modified Coulomb law

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A field form of the Coulomb law is proposed, which describes the electric field as a function of the charge density gradient. This law is analogous in form to the modified Newton's law and similarly it reveals the possibility of attraction and repulsion of charges of the same sign as a function of the direction of the gradient of its density, and also the existence of electrostatic equilibrium. As an example of the use of this law, the erroneousness of the assertion that there are no free charges in the volume of the conductor is shown and a new treatment of the polarization processes is given as a result of the redistribution of charges of the same sign in it. A solution is proposed for the stability of atoms and their nuclei on the basis of electrostatic equilibrium and the wave concept of the structure of matter. Experimental confirmations of the proposed concept are presented.
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  • Integrative Research Institute, Geula 39, Haifa 33197, Israel
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