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Which force is always a force of attraction?
Last Updated: 3rd March, 2020
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Then, is the force of gravitation always the force of attraction or repulsion?
Gravity is not always attractive: Gravity is thought of as a weak boring force. But if you get fast spinning black holes and strong gravitational waves interacting, then you can get 'repulsion and attraction' effects happening out of purely gravitational forces.
Subsequently, question is, what are the 2 types of force of attraction? These forces can be classified into 2 types: Intramolecular forces: Intramolecular force of attraction are the forces of attraction which keep a molecule together. Intermolecular forces: Intermolecular forces are forces of attraction or repulsion which act between neighboring particles (atoms, molecules or ions).
Keeping this in consideration, where is the force of attraction greatest?
The strongest force of attraction is the Strong nuclear force which is present in the nucleus of an atom. This is because the force has the tendency to bind the positively charged protons together in spite of the strong repulsive force between like charges in such a small range viz. 10^-15 (size of nucleus).
Why gravitational force is always attractive?
According to Newton's law of gravitation, any two bodies, in this universe, attract each other with the force of gravity. So, the gravitational force between two masses is always attractive.