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Is charge in electrostatics a vector or scalar ?
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The electric charge is scalar, because it only has magnitude and not direction for it to be vector. Electric charge is an elementary quantity/particle that consists out of elements and ions. (Electrostatics force are vector it has both magnitude and direction)
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