[2.] Attaching a battery is one way of applying a

coulomb force across a conductor.

Finite-difference approximation of the Navier-stokes and the flow continuity equations for this system of coordinates contains the

Coulomb force components [F.sub.x], [F.sub.y] and the flow velocity components [w.sub.x], [w.sub.y] [7]:

Incompressible and viscous air flow induced by

Coulomb force determined as the production of electric charge density and field strength of the discharge is governed by the system of equations comprising of the Navier-Stokes and the flow continuity equations (for steady-state conditions).

The single-superforce idea is taken here to mean that the superforces associated with General relativity [5] and the Newton and

Coulomb forces have the same magnitude.

The strong force can be compared to the intrinsic

Coulomb force discussed in this context, also in respect to a possible quark model being somewhat similar to that of the electron as described in Section 2.

For example, in the case of repulsive

Coulomb forces k = 1/4 [pi][[epsilon].sub.0] and for gravitational forces k = - G, where [[epsilon].sub.0] is the permittivity of empty space and G is the universal gravitational constant.

When the gravitational and magnetic forces are small, the electrical

Coulomb forces [F.sub.e] = [e.sup.2]/4[pi][[epsilon].sub.0][r.sup.2] for electrons are nearly equal to the centrifugal forces [F.sub.c] = [m.sub.e][v.sup.2]/r.

While the

Coulomb force is a dominant feature of this activity, we suggest that the primary basis of chemical reactivity is the magnetic interaction.

The static Coulomb and gravitational forces between two like, charged elementary particles are used in this section to derive the fine structure constant, the ultimate

Coulomb force, the ultimate gravitational force, the gravitational constant, and the ultimate PV-curvature force.

We will therefore show that a radiant aether flux O is the common cause of the

Coulomb force and the extremely strong force of gravity in the neutron, manifest as the strong nuclear force

The difference between Coulomb crystals and normal crystals is that every charge at the nodes in the lattice interact with each other through

coulomb forces. An exposed nuclei is aligned into the lattice at densities and temperatures where the kinetic energy of ions used is about 175 times lower than the typical potential energy of

Coulomb forces repulsions between them.